noun \ˈmənd\

Definition of mund



  1. 1 early English law :  right of protection or guardianship (as over the person and property of a wife, a widow, an orphan, or the members of one's household or dependents)

  2. 2 :  grith 1b

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Origin and Etymology of mund

Middle English, from Old English, protection, hand — more at manual

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a brief usually trivial fact

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