An edifice or place full of intricate passageways which render it difficult to find the way from the interior to the entrance; as, the Egyptian and Cretan labyrinths.
Any intricate or involved inclosure; especially, an ornamental maze or inclosure in a park or garden, having high hedges separating confusingly convoluted passages.
Any object or arrangement of an intricate or involved form, or having a very complicated nature.
The internal ear. See Note under Ear.
Labyrinth is a complicated game for two or more players. They walk in dark Labyrinth, searching for treasures, by passing moves to server and getting replies.
An ancient mystical tradition for walking meditation with varied configurations of winding paths, all of which lead to the center and back out again. The idea is to trust the path and to relinquish control. The process of slowing down and reflecting is said to foster insight, clarity and peace of mind.
(lab´ rinth´) A circular pattern featuring a serpentine but clear path to the center. Labyrinths were set as mosaics into the floors of Gothic cathedrals and represented a symbolic journey to Jerusalem. Pilgrims would walk the labyrinth to the center and back out again in a kind of walking meditation. See labyrinth web links.
complex system of paths or tunnels in which it is easy to get lost
Film by Jim Henson responsible for popularising Michael Moschen's then unique contact juggling. Also a very good film. See Labyrinth (IMDb listing).
Labyrinth is a 1986 fantasy film directed by Jim Henson, produced by George Lucas, and designed through the art of Brian Froud and Henson, with screenwriting by Henson, children's author Dennis Lee, and Monty Python alumnus Terry Jones. A novelization was written by A. C. H.
Labyrinth: The Computer Game is an early computer adventure game, inspired by the Jim Henson fantasy film, Labyrinth. The game was developed by Lucasfilm Games (now LucasArts) and published by Activision in 1986 for the Apple II and Commodore 64 platforms. It was the first adventure game to be developed by the LucasArts development house.
Labyrinth is a video game published in 1984 by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro. At the time, it was widely considered to be an excellent Acornsoft release, with its high resolution graphics, addictive gameplay and fluid animation.
A stretch of track made up entirely of curves, perhaps four or five, with no straight stretch in between.
A combination of small curves on a luge track with little or no straight stretches between them; a labyrinth usually consists of three to four curves.
A series of quick, short left and right curves.
A series of three or more curves that follow in rapid sequence, with no intervening straightaways.