Crossword clues for mome
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mome \Mome\, n. [Cf. Mumm, Momus.]
A dull, silent person; a blockhead. [Obs.]
n. (context obsolete English) A dull or stupid person.
Mome was a quarterly full-color comics anthology edited by Eric Reynolds (comics), and published by Fantagraphics Books. ("Mome" is an archaic term for a fool or a blockhead.)
Mome was conceived as a contemporary literary journal, albeit one that tells its stories via the medium of comics rather than prose. It features stories by a core roster of young cartoonists, including Andrice Arp, Gabrielle Bell, Jonathan Bennett, Jeffrey Brown, Martin Cendreda, Sophie Crumb, Eleanor Davis, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, John Pham, and Kurt Wolfgang; as well as irregular contributions from other cartoonists such as Al Columbia, Jim Woodring and Tim Hensley. Each issue also includes an interview with one of the contributors conducted by Gary Groth.
Mome's final issue, #22, was published in 2011 and was a 240-page double-sized issue.
MOME or Mome may refer to:
- Monitoring and Measurement, a European project about Internet data traces
- Mome (comics), a U.S. comics anthology trademarked MOME
- Monitoring and Measurement in the Next Generation Technologies, a European FP7 framework project about SOA oriented Monitoring and Measurement in ICT Networks
- Management Of Major Emergency, a qualified course for the OIM
- archaically, an idiot
- A Mome is a Female version of a Pope in Discordianism
- "La Môme Piaf", nickname for French singer Édith Piaf
- La Môme, the French title for the film La Vie en rose (film), based on Piaf's life
Usage examples of "mome".
Fassin watched Thay, Sonj and Mome - all stuck in seats like the one he was secured in, and Sonj looking pretty beaten-up - say they thought that Fassin held Beyonder sympathies and was a danger to society who needed watching.
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths olAtgrabe.
His memory gave him the words Twas briflig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Not on a lovely day like today, when the borogoves were all mimsy and the mome raths were out-grabing all over the place.