Definitions for MORTmɔrt
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a note played on a hunting horn signifying that the animal hunted has been killed.
Origin of mort:
1300–50; ME < MF < L mort- (s. of mors) death
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
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.
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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
without life; not living
a dead body; Throw out those dead flowers.
- mortoPortuguese (BR)
- mrtvý; uschlýCzech
- مرده؛ خشکیدهFarsi
- मुर्दा, मृतHindi
- mrtav, preminuoCroatian
- miris; beigts; nedzīvsLatvian
- død, livløsNorwegian
- مرده؛ خشکیدهPersian
- مړ: بېكاره، بې حسه، بې حركته: بي مينى، دقيقPashto
- мёртвый; увядшийRussian
- mŕtvy; suchýSlovak
- ölü, ölmüş; solmuşTurkish
- 死去的，無生命的Chinese (Trad.)
- мертвий; зів'ялийUkrainian
- مردہ، بے جانUrdu
- 死去的，无生命的Chinese (Simp.)
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