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also me·shug·ga  (mə-sho͝og′ə)
adj. Slang
Crazy; senseless.

[Yiddish meshuge, from Hebrew məšuggā', participle of šugga', to be mad; see šgʕ in Semitic roots.]
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Adj.1.meshugga - senselessmeshugga - senseless; crazy      
Yiddish - a dialect of High German including some Hebrew and other words; spoken in Europe as a vernacular by many Jews; written in the Hebrew script
impractical - not practical; not workable or not given to practical matters; "refloating the ship proved impractical because of the expense"; "he is intelligent but too impractical for commercial work"; "an impractical solution"
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Other than the New Orleans- based group, Swedish metal giants Meshuggah, music producer Karsh Kale and others will perform at the Bacardi Arena.
Two years later he decided to follow in the footsteps of his idol Fredrik Thordendal, a Swedish lead-guitarist of the metal band Meshuggah, and took up the electric guitar and decided to infuse his love for classical Indian and Arabian sounds into his compositions.
I'm illustrating his most meshuggah book now, Pierre" (80).
My tastes veer towards the rockier end of the spectrum these days so my favourite band at the moment would be the Deftones, closely followed by Meshuggah.
Meshuggah SLADE ROOMS, WOLVERHAMPTON IMAGINE a combination of hit TV show The Cube, Sudoku and Mahjongg Solitaire all wrapped into one and you'd have a pretty good idea of just how brain-mangling Swedish metal mentalists Meshuggah are to get your head around.
They've played with Anthrax and their influences include Machine Head, Testament, Meshuggah and Pantera.
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There seems to be so much promise too, with Meshuggah being the highest opening sales for Nuclear Blast, now they're on Ozzfest.
The scene is the Meshuggah coffeehouse, just off Delmar Boulevard, around the corner from Blueberry Hill, where a regular cast of college students and University City Loop characters get their daily fix of caffeine.