scilent (hyper‐correct, obsolete). From Latin silēnt-, silēns (“silent”), present participle of sileō (“be silent”), from Proto-Indo-European *seil- (“still, windless, quiet, slow”). Cognate with Gothic
Silent may mean any of the following: In music: Silent (rock group), a Brazilian rock group. The Silents, an Australian psychedelic rock band. "Silent" (Gerald Walker), the first single from the rapper. Other uses: Silent film, a film with no sound. Dark (broadcasting) or silent, an off-air radio or TV station.
Team Silent is the designation used to refer to the now-defunct team responsible for creating the Silent Hill survival horror video game series for publisher Konami and developing Silent Hill, Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3, and Silent Hill 4: The Room.
In English orthography, many words feature a silent ⟨e⟩, most commonly at the end of a word or morpheme. Typically it represents a vowel sound that was formerly pronounced, but became silent in late Middle English or Early Modern English.
People should try to be silent or speak very quietly while in a library.
Silent Hill (Japanese: サイレントヒル Hepburn: Sairento Hiru) is a Japanese survival horror video game series created by Keiichiro Toyama, developed and published by Konami, and published by its subsidiary Konami Digital Entertainment.