auxiliary verb, now archaic or dialectal, “must,” c.1200, from Old Norse monu, a future tense auxiliary verb ultimately meaning “to intend” and from the PIE root *men- “to think” (see mind (n.)).
[moo-moo] /ˈmu mu/ noun 1. . noun variant spelling of muumuu
[muhnch] /mʌntʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to chew with steady or vigorous working of the jaws, often audibly. verb (used without object) 2. to chew steadily or vigorously, often audibly. noun 3. Informal. a snack. Verb phrases 4. munch out, Slang. to snack especially extensively or frequently. [moo ngk] /mʊŋk/ noun 1. Edvard [ed-vahrd] […]
[mynkh-hou-zuh n] /ˈmünxˌhaʊ zən/ noun 1. Karl Friedrich Hieronymus [kahrl free-drikh hee-ey-roh-ny-moo s] /kɑrl ˈfri drɪx ˌhi eɪˈroʊ nüˌmʊs/ (Show IPA), Baron von [fuh n] /fən/ (Show IPA), 1720–97, German soldier, adventurer, and teller of tales. /German ˈmynçhauzən/ noun 1. an exaggerated story 2. a person who tells such a story in reference to unbelievable […]
noun, Psychiatry. 1. a factitious disorder in which otherwise healthy individuals seek to hospitalize themselves with feigned or self-induced pathology in order to receive surgical or other medical treatment. Munchausen syndrome Mun·chau·sen syndrome or Munch·hau·sen syndrome (mŭn’chou’zən, mŭnch’hou’-, münKH’hou’-) n. A psychological disorder characterized by the repeated fabrication of disease symptoms for the purpose of […]