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

Famous quotes containing the word mood:

    The child ... stands upon a place apart, a little spectator of the world, before whom men and women come and go, events fall out, years open their slow story and are noted or let go as his mood chances to serve them. The play touches him not. He but looks on, thinks his own thought, and turns away, not even expecting his cue to enter the plot and speak. He waits,—he knows not for what.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    The grief of the keen is no personal complaint for the death of one woman over eighty years, but seems to contain the whole passionate rage that lurks somewhere in every native of the island. In this cry of pain the inner consciousness of the people seems to lay itself bare for an instant, and to reveal the mood of beings who feel their isolation in the face of a universe that wars on them with winds and seas.
    —J.M. (John Millington)

    Depression moods lead, almost invariably, to accidents. But, when they occur, our mood changes again, since the accident shows we can draw the world in our wake, and that we still retain some degree of power even when our spirits are low. A series of accidents creates a positively light-hearted state, out of consideration for this strange power.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)