Examples from the Web for mun
Historical Examples of mun
So's the other one—the guy as has got the mun; he's got a bank full of it.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
The king only answered, "I mun have the land; I mun have it for Carr."England, Picturesque and Descriptive
And Mun Bun was once more tucked in the bed where he belonged.
There was Margy, quietly sleeping with her mother, but no Mun Bun.
He was sleeping with me, but, all of a sudden, I woke up and Mun Bun was not with me.
Word Origin and History for mun
auxiliary verb, now archaic or dialectal, "must," c.1200, from Old Norse monu, a future tense auxiliary verb ultimately meaning "to intend" and from the PIE root *men- "to think" (see mind (n.)).