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Verbs (used without object), must, mus-ing. to think or contemplate in stillness, as with some subjects. Archaic. meditative or looking astonished. ver (used with object), brooding, brooding, meditating. contemplative commenting or thinking. "Too bad Ruth Denton didn't have such a chance," Elfreda thought.
"Langdon wondered what he was talking about when Crane left. "One-hundred and three," the trainer thought and made a thought. A smile was on her face, and for a while he thought again about the starlight in her eye. In the middle of 14c, they pondered old recollections. v. "reflect, be immersed in thought", from the old Frankish musician ( (12c.) "reflect, sleep, marvel; stay, linger ", spend time", verbatim "stand with your nostrils in the air" (or possibly "sniff around" like a puppy who has vanished the scent), from the muse "Schnauze", from Gallo-Romance *musa "Schnauze" of unfamiliar ancestry.
Most likely affected in the spirit of Muse (n.). Not later than 14 c., protector of the art, of old French Muse and directly of Latin Musa, of Greek Mousa, "the Muse", also "music, singing", of PIE roots *men- "think, remember" (see Geist (n.)). The meaning "inspiring poetess of a certain poet" dates from the end of the 14th century.