Definitions for "Rumor "
A current story passing from one person to another, without any known authority for its truth; -- in this sense often personified.
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
a bit of i nformation that is passed from person to person, whether it's true or false
A favorite weapon of the assassins of character. Sharp, irresistible by mail or shield, By guard unparried as by flight unstayed, O serviceable Rumor, let me wield Against my enemy no other blade. His be the terror of a foe unseen, His the inutile hand upon the hilt, And mine the deadly tongue, long, slender, keen, Hinting a rumor of some ancient guilt. So shall I slay the wretch without a blow, Spare me to celebrate his overthrow, And nurse my valor for another foe. Joel Buxter
Rumor is a realtime monophonic MIDI keyboard to Lilypond converter. It receives MIDI events, quantizes them according to its metronome on the fly, and outputs intelligently handwritten-like corresponding Lilypond notation. Tempo, meter, key and other parameters can be set via commandline options. Rumor can use ALSA/OSS or emulate MIDI input with computer keyboard.
A flying or popular report; the common talk; hence, public fame; notoriety.
an unsubstantiated fact, and especially one so provocative and/or common-sensical that people really want to believe it
To report by rumor; to tell.
tell or spread rumors; "It was rumored that the next president would be a woman"
an unverified report usually spread by word-of-mouth
Keywords:  indistinct, noise, prolonged
A prolonged, indistinct noise.
a piece of information that lacks authentication