maze

  • 1 Maze — (englisch Irrgarten) bezeichnet: Maze (Band), US amerikanische Funk , Soul und R B Band Maze (Genre), Computerspiel Genre Maze Prison, ehemaliges Hochsicherheitsgefängnis in Nordirland Maze Verfahren, vom Herzchirurgen James Cox entwickelte… …

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  • 2 Mazé — Mazé …

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  • 3 maze — [meız] n [Date: 1200 1300; Origin: maze to confuse (13 19 centuries), probably from unrecorded Old English masian] 1.) a complicated and confusing arrangement of streets, roads etc maze of streets/paths/tunnels etc ▪ the maze of narrow streets ▪… …

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  • 4 Mazé — Mazé …

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  • 5 Maże —   Village   …

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  • 6 maze — maze·ful; maze·ment; miz·maze; la·maze; maze; …

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  • 7 Maze — (m[=a]z), n. [OE. mase; cf. OE. masen to confuse, puzzle, Norweg. masast to fall into a slumber, masa to be continually busy, prate, chatter, Icel. masa to chatter, dial. Sw. masa to bask, be slow, work slowly and lazily, mas slow, lazy.] 1. A… …

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  • 8 Maże — (deutsch: Maaschen, 1938–1945 Maschen (Ostpreußen)) ist ein zur Gemeinde Kalinowo zählendes Dorf im nordöstlichen Masuren in der polnischen Woiwodschaft Ermland Masuren, Landkreis Ełk. Das Dorf befindet sich zwei Kilometer nordöstlich der… …

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  • 9 Mazé — País …

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  • 10 Maze — C est dans la Seine Maritime que le nom est le plus répandu. Il semble difficile de lui donner le sens de domaine rural, qu il peut avoir en pays occitan. Sans doute s agit il de l hypocoristique d un nom de personne, reste à savoir lequel, ou… …

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  • 11 Maze — Maze, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Mazed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mazing}.] To perplex greatly; to bewilder; to astonish and confuse; to amaze. South. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 Maze — Maze, v. i. To be bewildered. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 maze — [ meız ] noun 1. ) count an arrangement of closely connected paths separated by tall bushes or trees. The paths often do not lead anywhere, and you have to use your memory and skill to get through. a ) singular a set of many small streets, paths …

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  • 14 Mazé — Surtout porté en Bretagne (29), également présent en Normandie, c est une forme bretonne du prénom Matthieu. On trouve aussi la forme Mazéo dans les Côtes d Armor. Présent aussi dans le Sud Ouest, le nom Mazé y désigne le tenancier d un mas… …

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  • 15 mažė — mažė̃ sf. (4) 1. SD141, [K] mažas skaičius, mažybė. 2. sing. col. žiemos trumpėjančios dienos: Ne kiek tos mažė̃s ir liko, tuoj saulė trumpėj stosis Trgn …

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  • 16 maze — index complex (entanglement), entanglement (confusion), ignorance, imbroglio, involution, snarl …

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  • 17 maze — (n.) c.1300, delusion, bewilderment (also as a verb, stupefy, daze ), possibly from O.E. *mæs, which is suggested by the compound amasod amazed and verb amasian to confound, confuse (see AMAZE (Cf. amaze)). Perhaps related to Norwegian dialectal… …

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  • 18 maze — [n] labyrinth; confusion bewilderment, convolution, entanglement, hodgepodge, imbroglio, intricacy, jungle, knot, meander, meandering, mesh, miscellany, morass, muddle, network, perplexity, puzzle, quandary, skein, snarl, tangle, torsion, twist,… …

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  • 19 maze — ► NOUN 1) a puzzle consisting of a network of paths and walls or hedges through which one has to find a way. 2) a confusing mass of information. ORIGIN originally denoting delirium or delusion: related to AMAZE(Cf. ↑amazement) …

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  • 20 maze — [māz] vt. mazed, mazing [ME masen, to confuse, puzzle, aphetic for OE amasian: see AMAZE] Now Chiefly Dial. 1. to stupefy; daze 2. to confuse; bewilder n. 1. a confusing, intricate network of winding pathways; labyrinth; specif., such a network… …

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