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A great quantity or number.
A player in a multi-user dungeon who does not have special administrator privileges and whose character can be killed.
A diminutive of the male given names Mortimer and Morton.
Origin: Possibly mort
a great quantity or number
a woman; a female
a salmon in its third year
death; esp., the death of game in the chase
a note or series of notes sounded on a horn at the death of game
the skin of a sheep or lamb that has died of disease
Origin: [F., death, fr. L. mors, mortis.]
Mort is a Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett. Published in 1987, it is the fourth Discworld novel and the first to focus on the Death of the Discworld, who only appeared as a side character in the previous novels. The title is the name of its main character and also a play on words: in French, mort means "death". In the BBC's 2003 Big Read contest, viewers voted on the "Nation's Best-loved Book"; Mort was among the Top 100 and chosen as the most popular of Pratchett's novels.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
mort, n. death: a flourish sounded at the death of a buck, & c., in hunting.
mort, n. a great number or amount of anything.
mort, n. (slang) a woman.
The numerical value of MORT in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of MORT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Only at death, our soul breathes. (L'âme ne respire qu'à notre mort)
Who sees the death blinds the death. (Qui voit la mort Aveugle la mort)
Massoud is dead, but not the hope ! (Massoud est mort, Mais pas l'espoir !)
Massoud is dead, but not the hope ! (Massoud est mort, - Mais pas l'espoir !)
The inside fight never does any dead. (Le combat intérieur Ne fait jamais de mort)
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