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Verb
/ˈmərmər/,
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murmurs, plural;
  1. Say something in a low, soft, or indistinct voice
    • - Nina murmured an excuse and hurried away
    • - “How interesting,” he murmured quietly
  2. Make a low continuous sound
    • - the wind was murmuring through the trees
  3. Say something cautiously and discreetly
    • - they began to murmur of an uprising
  4. Express one's discontent about (someone or something) in a subdued manner

Noun
  1. A soft, indistinct sound made by a person or group of people speaking quietly or at a distance
    • - his voice was little more than a murmur
  2. A softly spoken or almost inaudible utterance
    • - she accepted his offer with a quiet murmur of thanks
  3. The quiet or subdued expression of a particular feeling by a group of people
    • - there was a murmur of approval from the crowd
  4. A rumor
    • - he had heard hints only, murmurs
  5. A low continuous sound
    • - the murmur of bees in the rhododendrons
  6. A recurring sound heard in the heart through a stethoscope that is usually a sign of disease or damage

  7. A condition in which the heart produces or is apt to produce such a sound
    • - she had been born with a heart murmur

  1. mutter: a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech
  2. speak softly or indistinctly; "She murmured softly to the baby in her arms"
  3. make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath; "she grumbles when she feels overworked"
  4. murmur vowel: a schwa that is incidental to the pronunciation of a consonant
  5. heart murmur: an abnormal sound of the heart; sometimes a sign of abnormal function of the heart valves
  6. grumble: a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone
  7. Murmur is the debut album by the American alternative rock band R.E.M., released in 1983 on I.R.S. Records. ...
  8. Murmur is an acoustic drone ensemble from New Orleans who play tone/space improvisations based on a single note. ...
  9. Murmur, in comics, may refer to: *Murmur (DC Comics), a DC Comics supervillain *Murmur (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics superhero
  10. Murmur is a supervillain in the DC Comics universe. He is one of the new Rogues to threaten the Flash, first appearing in the prestige format one-shot The Flash: Iron Heights (2001).
  11. In demonology, Murmur is a Great Duke and Earl of Hell, and has thirty legions of demons under his command. He teaches Philosophy, and can oblige the souls of the deceased to appear before the conjurer to answer every desired question.
  12. Murmurs are extra heart sounds that are produced as a result of turbulent blood flow that is sufficient to produce audible noise. Most murmurs can only be heard with the assistance of a stethoscope ("on auscultation").
  13. Low or indistinct sounds or speech; The sound made by any condition which produces noisy, or turbulent, flow of blood through the heart; A muttered complaint or protest; the expression of dissatisfaction in a low muttering voice; any expression of complaint or discontent; To grumble; to ...
  14. (Murmuring) Of the Hebrews in the wilderness, called forth the displeasure of God, which was only averted by the earnest prayer of Moses (Num 11:33, Num 11:34; 12; Num 14:27, Num 14:30, Num 14:31; Num 16:3; Num 21:4; Psa 106:25). Forbidden by Paul (Co1 10:10).
  15. (59. Murmurs) Sounds of blowing or transit caused by abnormalities of blood flow through the heart or abnormal closure of the valves. (Murmullos)
  16. a blowing or rasping sound heard while listening to the heart that may or may not indicate problems within the heart or circulatory system.
  17. Often caused by heart valves that don't close properly, a murmur occurs when blood leaks backward in the heart when the valve should be closed.
  18. an extra or unusual sound made by blood moving in the heart. Some are insignificant, but some may signify to a physician that further investigation is required.
  19. A noise, heard with the doctor's stethoscope (or occasionally with the naked ear), which results from turbulence (eddies) in the flow of blood through the heart or blood vessels. ...
  20. (verb) -- low and unclear sound of talking
  21. an extra heart sound that is heard when listening to the baby’s heart with a stethoscope; this may be normal or abnormal.
  22. This is a blowing or rasping sound heart when your heart is listened to with a stethoscope. Causes of a murmur may include a failure of a heart valve to close completely or hardening of a valve (stenosis). A murmur does not always mean something is wrong. ...
  23. A subdued grumble, complaint or objection.
  24. (2007) – original album with lyrics and vocals by Chata
  25. the sound of blood flowing in the heart and vessels.