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muni

or muny

[myoo-nee] /ˈmyu ni/ Informal.
adjective
1.
municipal; operated by a municipal government:
a muni bus company.
noun
2.
a municipal bond.
Origin of muni
by shortening

Muni

[myoo-nee] /ˈmyu ni/
noun
1.
Paul (Muni Weisenfreund) 1895–1967, U.S. actor, born in Austria.
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  • All the people knew about him, they called him a "sage" or "muni" and the "Bodhisatta."

    The Buddha Paul Carus
  • The muni, on this account, gave him the name of Sagara, meaning with poison.

  • Under the disguise of a muni this hypocrite acts like a fowler.'

    The Gtakaml rya Sra
  • But the king disdained these gentle flowers of speech which the muni offered him.

    The Gtakaml rya Sra
  • Satisfying his wants with blades of grass, he bore the handsome appearance of a muni.

    The Gtakaml rya Sra
  • The matted hair, the bark-garment, and the deer-skin are the attributes of an anchorite or muni.

    The Gtakaml rya Sra
  • There was a muni bus stop with a bench and they sat me on it.

    Little Brother

    Cory Doctorow
  • The muni told her to bathe in the tank, and plunge only once into the water.

    Folk-Tales of Bengal Lal Behari Day

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