Definitions for utʌt, ut

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

utʌt, ut(n.)

  1. a solmization syllable formerly used for the first note of the scale and now supplanted by

    do.

    Category: Music and Dance

Origin of ut:

1275–1325; ME; see gamut

UT

or Ut.

  1. Utah.

    Category: Geography (places)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. Greenwich Mean Time, Greenwich Time, GMT, universal time, UT, UT1(noun)

    the local time at the 0 meridian passing through Greenwich, England; it is the same everywhere

  2. Utah, Beehive State, Mormon State, UT(noun)

    a state in the western United States; settled in 1847 by Mormons led by Brigham Young

  3. do, doh, ut(noun)

    the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization

Wiktionary

  1. ut(Noun)

    Syllable (formerly) used in solfu00E8ge to represent the first note of a major scale.

  2. Origin: From ūt, from ud. Cognate with Old Saxon ut (Dutch uit), Old High German uz (German aus), Old Norse út (Swedish ut), Gothic 033F0344.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ut(noun)

    the first note in Guido's musical scale, now usually superseded by do. See Solmization

Freebase

  1. UT

    UT was a British adult comic that was published monthly in the mid-1990s. The title began as a weekly pop music parody strip by Kev F Sutherland and Russ Carvell in the music paper Sounds, running from 1987 until Sounds final issue in 1991. When Sutherland got the chance to create a new humour magazine in September 1991 he revived the strip's name, with Carvell drawing the covers and lead movie parody strips. Edited by Sutherland, UT was one of many comics emulating the success of Viz; however it attempted to engage the quality end of the market, with a variety of strips by talented and established cartoonists, TV satires, and supposedly intelligent subject matter. However, in order to obtain financial backing, it required to be published by Sport Newspapers, who also publish the semi-pornographical tabloid Sunday Sport - as a result, UT featured a large number of pornographic adverts and Sport branding in some contrast to its content. A recurring theme throughout the comic was a fictionalised version of Sutherland battling with a stereotypical pornographer, a fat, balding lech constantly trying to add salacious content to the strips. UT was published from late 1991 to early 1993, and included two reprint specials. Its sister titles Gag, Kack and Bloody Hell ran for only a few more months.


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

way(noun)

an opening or passageway

This is the way in/out; There's no way through.

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