• Of, belonging or relating to music, or to its performance or notation.
  • Pleasing to the ear; sounding agreeably; having the qualities of music; melodious; harmonious.
  • Fond of music; discriminating with regard to music; gifted or skilled in music.
  • Pertaining to a class of games in which players move while music plays, but have to take a fixed position when it stops; by extension, any situation where people repeatedly change positions.



  • From Middle English musical, from Old French, from Medieval Latin mūsicālis, from Latin mūsica -ālis; equivalent to music + -al.

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