noun mu·ni·tion \my-ˈni-shən\

Definition of MUNITION

archaic :  rampart, defense
munition transitive verb

Origin of MUNITION

Middle French, from Latin munition-, munitio, from munire to fortify, from moenia walls; akin to Latin murus wall and perhaps to Sanskrit minoti he builds, fastens
First Known Use: 1508


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