noun mun·tin \ˈmən-tən\

Definition of MUNTIN

:  a strip separating panes of glass in a sash

Origin of MUNTIN

alteration of montant vertical dividing bar, from French, from present participle of monter to rise — more at mount
First Known Use: 1774


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