munite

[ myoo-nahyt ]
/ myuˈnaɪt /

verb (used with object), mu·nit·ed, mu·nit·ing. Obsolete.

to fortify.

Nearby words

  1. munificently,
  2. muniment,
  3. muniment room,
  4. muniments,
  5. munin,
  6. munition,
  7. munition armor,
  8. munitions,
  9. munkácsy,
  10. munkácsy, mihály

Origin of munite

1400–50; late Middle English: fortified < Latin mūnītus, past participle of mūnīre to wall (a town), fortify; see -ite2

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