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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mouse:
noun (plural mice /mʌɪs/)
1a small rodent that typically has a pointed snout, relatively large ears and eyes, and a long tail.
Family Muridae: many genera and numerous species. Also, some species in the families Heteromyidae, Zapodidae, and Muscardinidae
(in general use) any small mammal similar to a mouse, such as a shrew or vole.
a shy, timid, and quiet person:
Jane may be a bit of a mouse, but she is very nosy
[mass noun] a dull light brown colour reminiscent of a mouse’s fur:
her flaxen hair dulled to mouse
2 (plural mice or mouses) a small handheld device which is moved across a mat or flat surface to move the cursor on a computer screen:
copy the file with a click of the mouse
the right mouse button
3 informal a lump or bruise on or near the eye:
she touched the mouse under her eye
Pronunciation: /also maʊz/
1(of a cat or owl) hunt for or catch mice:
female cats are usually much better at mousing than males
2 [with adverbial of direction] use a mouse to move or position a cursor on a computer screen:
simply mouse over any item on the list
Old English mūs, (plural) mȳs, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch muis and German Maus, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin and Greek mus