Definitions for "Motif"
In literature and the fine arts, a salient feature or element of a composition or work; esp., the theme, or central or dominant feature;
A decorative appliqué design or figure, as of lace or velvet, used in trimming; also, a repeated design.
Keywords:  osf, toolkit, alike, gui, unix
The UNIX industry's standard user interface, originally developed by the Open Systems Foundation. Motif is based on the X-Window system and is a Presentation Manager look-alike. Motif is available for all IBM AIX workstations.
Motif is a popular commercial window manager that runs under X-Windows. Free work-alike versions are also available.
A UNIX-based GUI.
A structural component of a protein.
a design or arrangement which is the basic element within a patterned surface; e.g., an abstract flower used repeatedly to create an overall visual texture.
a recurrent device, formula, or situation that deliberately connects a poem with common patterns of existing thought.
a design that can be added to stationery or invites to add a bit of uniqueness to the typeset
a specific design, such as a handprint or a sunburst.
the design; the internal decoration of a paperweight.
Keywords:  cartouche, acanthus, scallop, pad, club
A distinguishing characteristic such as an acanthus leaf, scallop shell, cartouche, etc. Pad foot: The foot flares into a pad foot that is round in shape; also called a club foot.
Keywords:  marquetry, vase, flowers, drawer, roses
A term meaning "subject". Flowers or roses can be a motif.
Decorated piece of marquetry let into panel drawer fronts, table tops and so on. Often a small picture such as a vase of flowers.
a single bar of either monophonic, polyphonic or rhythmic musical information
a conscious representation of an archetype
A theory of existence within the perpetual society; compare to religion.
a methodical approach to uncover the true meaning of the play
a section of the profil that contains a hole located between two consecutive peaks
Keywords:  melody, segment, block, building, short
a very short segment of melody used as a building block, e
Keywords:  resembling, style
In the style of or resembling