muni

or mu·ny

[myoo-nee]Informal.
noun
  1. a municipal bond.

Origin of muni

by shortening

Muni

[myoo-nee]
noun
  1. PaulMuni Weisenfreund, 1895–1967, U.S. actor, born in Austria.
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Examples from the Web for muni

Contemporary Examples of muni

  • No significant income from muni bonds, which I would have expected from someone in his tax bracket.

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    Romney Drops His Tax Returns

    Megan McArdle

    September 21, 2012

  • You needed to play championship courses; you instead chose a muni.

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    Tiger’s Troubles Deepen

    Lisa DePaulo

    December 2, 2009

Historical Examples of muni

  • 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.

  • But the king disdained these gentle flowers of speech which the Muni offered him.

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

  • Satisfying his wants with blades of grass, he bore the handsome appearance of a Muni.