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Mush

Mush may refer to:

Mush, MUSH, or Mushing may also refer to:

Contents

  • Common meanings 1
  • Places 2
  • Music 3
  • Internet and technology 4
  • People 5
    • Nickname 5.1
    • Surname 5.2
  • Other uses 6

Common meanings

  • mush (cornmeal), a kind of corn pudding or porridge
  • Mushing, a sport or transport method powered by dogs or a command to a dog team

Places

  • Muş Province, in eastern Turkey
    • Muş, a town and the capital of Muş Province, transliterated as "Mush"

Music

Internet and technology

  • MUSH, a type of text-based online social medium (often called a "Multi-User Shared Hallucination")
  • Mush (computer game), a browser game from Motion Twin
  • MUSH (e-mail client), the Mail User's Shell, a Unix Shell-like mail user-agent

People

Nickname

  • Pervez Musharraf (sometimes referred to as "Mush"), former president of Pakistan
  • Mushaga Bakenga (born 1992), Norwegian footballer of Congolese descent
  • Mush Crawford (1898-1966), American National Football League player
  • R. V. Kerr (1891-1960), American collegiate football player and educator
  • Mush March (1908-2002), Canadian National Hockey League player
  • Dudley W. Morton (1907-1943), US Navy World War II submarine commander
  • William Riley (criminal) (fl. 1870–1878), American businessman, saloon keeper and underworld figure in Manhattan, New York

Surname

  • John Mush (1551/52-1612/13), English Roman Catholic priest

Other uses

  • MUSH, a type of text-based online social medium (often called a "Multi-User Shared Hallucination")
  • Kneading (cats) (also called "mushing"), a behavior of domestic cats when they are content or are preparing to settle for a nap
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