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From Middle and Old Anrish mund from Proto-Germanic *mundō


(Anrish) IPA: /mund/


munt (runic:‧ᛘᚢᚾᛏ‧)

  1. A hand; the part of the fore limb below the forearm or wrist in a human, and the corresponding part in many other animals
    Aunt ǫr munta dóð.
    Give me your hand!
  2. Name of the letters and M in the runic and Latin alphabets respectively.
    Fokura "bæmt" fauá rúsfenur Birte, Ælura, Munta, jo Tinte.
    The rune letters ᛒ, ᛆ, , and ᛏ spell out the word "bæmt".

See also

  • rúsf (for all letter names)

Usage notes

Almost exclusively in the definite and capitalised when referring to the letter.


Declension of munt (a-stem)
Case indefinite singular indefinite plural definite singular definite plural
Common munt muntar munta muntenur
Dative munte muntá muntene muntemí
Genitive munz munto munté munteno