Mute may refer to:
- Muteness, a speech disorder in which a person lacks the ability to speak
- Mute, a silent letter in phonology
- Mute (film), an upcoming sequel to the movie Moon
- Mute (death customs) a professional mourner in Victorian and other European cultures
- Mute (magazine), an online magazine of culture and politics
- Mute (music), a device used to alter the sound of a musical instrument
- Mute Records, a record label in the United Kingdom
- MUTE, a peer-to-peer file-sharing network
- Mute (album), a 2000 compilation album from Hush Records featuring several indie rock acts
- Muted (album), a 2003 album from hip hop artist Alias
- "Mute" (The Twilight Zone), an episode of The Twilight Zone
- "Mute" (short story), written by Stephen King
Other articles related to "mute":
... The Mute Swan (Cygnus olor) is a species of swan, and thus a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae ... The name 'mute' derives from it being less vocal than other swan species ...
... A mute of malice is a defendant in a criminal case who willfully chooses not to speak, as opposed to one who does not speak because he is physically or ... the main trial to determine whether the defendant is mute of malice or mute due to "visitation of God." In the past, if he was found by the jury to be mute of malice, he would ...
... Albums One Of Our Girls (Has Gone Missing) (1989), Mute Singles "Drop/So" (1980), Dome Records "Just Talk/No Talk", 12" single (1986), Mute "Time Was/Some Thing", 12" single (1989), Mute UK ...
... UK 7" single (Mute Records 7MUTE020) "Only You" — 311 "Situation" — 222 UK 12" single (Mute 12MUTE020) "Only You" - 311 "Situation (Extended Version)" - 518 US 7" single (Sire Records 7-29953) "Situation" - 344 "Si ...
Famous quotes containing the word mute:
“From infancy, almost, the average girl is told that marriage is her ultimate goal; therefore her training and education must be directed toward that end. Like the mute beast fattened for slaughter, she is prepared for that.”
—Emma Goldman (18691940)
“Amid the tornadoed Atlantic of my being, do I myself still for ever centrally disport in mute calm; and while ponderous planets of unwaning woe revolve round me, deep down and deep inland there I still bathe me in eternal mildness of joy.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)