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ut

[uht, oot] /ʌt, ut/
noun, Music.
1.
the syllable once generally used for the first tone or keynote of a scale and sometimes for the tone C: now commonly superseded by do.
Compare sol-fa.
Origin of ut
1275-1325
Middle English word dating back to 1275-1325; See origin at gamut

UT

1.
Also, u.t. universal time.
2.
Utah (approved especially for use with zip code).

Ut.

1.
Utah.

U/T

1.
under trust.
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  • All this was long an' long ago, but ut hild me straight—for a while.

    Soldiers Three, Part II. Rudyard Kipling
  • An' ut comes,' sez he, lookin' at me, 'ut comes from bein' called Love-o'-Women.'

    Soldiers Three, Part II. Rudyard Kipling
  • I never seed a scud on the 'Banks' but 'ut it was allus follered by a fog.

    Left on Labrador

    Charles Asbury Stephens
  • We crossed a beautiful valley between the Rivers Seybi and ut.

    Beasts, Men and Gods Ferdinand Ossendowski
  • I quote this account of the glass at Eton from Dr James, ut supra, p. 214.

    The Care of Books John Willis Clark
British Dictionary definitions for ut

ut

/ʌt; uːt/
noun (music)
1.
the syllable used in the fixed system of solmization for the note C
2.
the first note of a hexachord in medieval music
Word Origin
C14: from Latin ut; see gamut

UT

abbreviation
1.
universal time
2.
Utah
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