mundic

noun mun·dic \ˈməndik\

Definition of mundic

plural

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Cornwall

  1. :  pyrite

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Origin and Etymology of mundic

perhaps from Cornish mēn tēk, from mēn stone + tēk pretty; akin to Welsh teg pretty, Old Irish ētig ugly, Old Norse thægr pleasant, thiggja to take, receive


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