earworm

ear·worm (îrʹwûrm') n.

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  • Earworm — For other uses, see Earworm (disambiguation). Earworm, a loan translation of the German Ohrwurm,[1] is a portion of a song or other music that repeats compulsively within one s mind, put colloquially as music being stuck in one s head. Use of the …   Wikipedia

  • earworm — (EER.wurm) n. A song or tune that repeats over and over inside a person s head. Also: ear worm, ear worm. Example Citation: I couldn t get the song out of my head. It s like a broken record, Clark said Thursday while shopping at the Galleria at… …   New words

  • earworm — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : any of certain larval insects (as the corn earworm) that feed in the developing maize ear …   Useful english dictionary

  • earworm — noun /ˈɪə(ɹ).wɜː(ɹ)m/ A tune that is stuck in ones head, especially as unwanted or repetitive …   Wiktionary

  • earworm — n. tune or melody or song that gets stuck in a person s mind and the person repeats it over and over in his/her head; moth larva that eats corn …   English contemporary dictionary

  • earworm — /ˈɪəwɜm/ (say earwerm) noun Colloquial a tune, jingle, etc., that insidiously repeats itself in one s mind …   Australian English dictionary

  • DJ Earworm — Jordan Roseman (aka DJ Earworm) is a San Francisco/London based mashup artist who has achieved recognition for his technically sophisticated, songwriting oriented music and video mashups.[1][2] His annual “United State of Pop” mashups, short… …   Wikipedia

  • Corn earworm — may refer to: Helicoverpa armigera Helicoverpa zea This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link t …   Wikipedia

  • corn earworm — ☆ corn earworm [ir′wʉrm΄ ] n. the larva of a noctuid moth (Heliothis zea), that feeds on corn ears and other crops …   English World dictionary

  • corn earworm — noun Date: 1802 a noctuid moth (Helicoverpa zea syn. Heliothis zea) whose large striped yellow headed larva is especially destructive to Indian corn, tomatoes, tobacco, and cotton bolls …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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