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munt

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See also münt

Catalan

Noun: that bitch was munt as.

Etymology

Latin mons

Noun

munt

  1. heap

Dutch

Etymology 1

cognate with money

Noun

munt m. and f. (plural: munten, diminutive: muntje, plural diminutive: muntjes)

  1. coin (currency)
  2. tail or tails (one side of a coin)
  3. the (Royal) Mint
Derived terms

Etymology 2

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] mentha the plant mint

Noun

munt m. and f.

  1. mint (plant)
  2. (mainly the diminutive form muntje, except in compound words) a confection flavored with mint
Derived terms

Etymology 3

Verb

munt

  1. singular and imperative form of munten
  2. part of split forms of verbs derived from it

Old English

Etymology

Ultimately from Latin mons

Noun

munt m.

  1. hill
  2. mount

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