amusia

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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin, from Ancient Greek ἀμουσία ‎(amousía, without harmony), from ἄμουσος ‎(ámousos, without song). The Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and the goddesses of arts and sciences.

NounEdit

amusia ‎(plural amusias)

  1. The inability to comprehend or respond to music.

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FinnishEdit

NounEdit

amusia

  1. amusia

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of amusia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative amusia amusiat
genitive amusian amusioiden
amusioitten
partitive amusiaa amusioita
illative amusiaan amusioihin
singular plural
nominative amusia amusiat
accusative nom. amusia amusiat
gen. amusian
genitive amusian amusioiden
amusioitten
amusiainrare
partitive amusiaa amusioita
inessive amusiassa amusioissa
elative amusiasta amusioista
illative amusiaan amusioihin
adessive amusialla amusioilla
ablative amusialta amusioilta
allative amusialle amusioille
essive amusiana amusioina
translative amusiaksi amusioiksi
instructive amusioin
abessive amusiatta amusioitta
comitative amusioineen

PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

amusia f (uncountable)

  1. (neurology) amusia (the inability to comprehend or respond to music)
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