noun (often initial capital letter)
- muehrcke's lines,
- mueller electronic tonometer,
- muesli bar,
Origin of muenster
Examples from the Web for muenster
“I thought it was an almost un-winnable case,” Muenster said.
But it was Benjamin Ng, Muenster told The Daily Beast, who presented the biggest challenge to defend.
He was a pupil and assistant of Selenka, who was then at Erlangen (died in Muenster 1902).At the Deathbed of Darwinism|Eberhard Dennert
Only the universities of Strassburg, Rostock and Muenster had no female students.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel
He found, upon inquiry, that the British division was at present at Muenster.With Frederick the Great|G. A. Henty
Word Origin for muenster
type of cheese, 1902, from Münster, mountain valley in Alsace, where it is made; the place name is German, literally "minster."