One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A device for viewing a series of photographs of a moving object (usually taken with a mutograph) in quick succession, giving the impression of a moving picture. Also: a booklet of such photographs, producing the same effect when its pages are flicked through rapidly.
Late 19th century. From muto-, taken as combining form of classical Latin mūtāre to change + -scope.
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