Mood may refer to:
- Mood (psychology), a relatively long lasting emotional state
- Grammatical mood, one of a set of morphologically distinctive forms that are used to signal modality
- Mood (city), a city in Iran
- Mood District, a district in Iran
- Mood (band), hip hop artists
- Moods (Barbara Mandrell album), 1978
- Moods (Mal Waldron album), 1978
- Moods (Neil Diamond album), 1972
- Moods (The Three Sounds album), 1960
- Moods (Monday Michiru album), 2003
- Moods, an album by Will Downing in 1995
- Robert Mood (born 1958), Norwegian general
Other articles related to "mood":
... CEO and Chairman of the Board of Mood Media Corporation ("Mood Media") ... Mood Media provides in-store media to over 575,000 locations worldwide, including clients such as McDonald's, Gucci, H M, Abercrombie Fitch, Nike, Hilton Hotel and AT T ... Mood Media has offices in 48 countries employs over 2,700 employees and plays over 115 million songs and 10 million on-hold and on-premise messages daily ...
... One commonly reported phenomenon is that when individuals are in a "bad mood", they typically recall more bad things having happened to them and evaluate episodes in ... been suggested that this effect occurs because a person’s mood at any given time has a strong influence on which aspects of their environment seem most salient ... This particular effect is referred to as mood-congruent and mood-dependent memory ...
... SensMe works by mapping music to a dual axis map based on the mood and tempo of music tracks ... Mood and tempo is determined by using the appropriate Sony compatible software which analyzes music tracks individually and computes the relevant track information ... the device can be navigated, and playlists can be generated based on relative speed and mood ...
... adessive case ('at' more specific than LOC) ADM admonitive mood (warning) ADV adverb(ial), adverbial case AFF affirmative mood AG, AGT agentive case (cf ACT) AGR agreement ALL allative case ('to') AL, ALLOC ... later) DEL delative case ('off of'), deliberative mood DEM demonstrative DEO deontic mood DEP dependent (as in DEP.FUT) DES, DESI desiderative mood DEST destinative aspect DET determiner DETR ... HBL R) HYP hypothetical mood I inflected ID identical (~ NID) IDENTIF identifiable IDEO ideophone (≈ MIM) IGNOR ignorative ILL illative case ('into') IMM immediate, as in immediate imperative mood ...
... A mood board is a type of collage that may consist of images, text, and samples of objects in a composition of the choice of the mood board creator ... Designers and others use mood boards to develop their design concepts and to communicate to other members of the design team ...
Famous quotes containing the word mood:
“This fellow is wise enough to play the fool,
And to do that well craves a kind of wit.
He must observe their mood on whom he jests,
The quality of persons, and the time,
Not, like the haggard, check at every feather
That comes before his eye. This is a practice
As full of labor as a wise mans art.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“As the House is designed to provide a reflection of the mood of the moment, the Senate is meant to reflect the continuity of the pastto preserve the delicate balance of justice between the majoritys whims and the minoritys rights.”
—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)
If I was sure of thee, sure of thy capacity, sure to match my mood with thine, I should never think again of trifles in relation to thy comings and goings. I am not very wise; my moods are quite attainable; and I respect thy genius; it is to me unfathomed; yet dare I not presume in thee a perfect intelligence of me, and so thou art to me a delicious torment. Thine ever, or never.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)