[myoo-nif-uh-suh ns] /myuˈnɪf ə səns/
the quality of being , or showing unusual generosity:
The museum’s collection was greatly increased by the munificence of the family’s gift.
early 15c., from Middle French munificence, from Latin munificentia “bountifulness, liberality, generosity,” from stem of munificus “generous, bountiful, liberal,” literally “present-making,” from munus “gift or service, duty, office” (see municipal) + unstressed stem of facere “to do” (see factitious).
[myoo-nif-uh-suh nt] /myuˈnɪf ə sənt/ adjective 1. extremely liberal in giving; very generous. 2. characterized by great generosity: a munificent bequest. /mjuːˈnɪfɪsənt/ adjective 1. (of a person) very generous; bountiful 2. (of a gift) generous; liberal adj. 1580s, back-formation from munificence, or else from Latin munificent-, stem of munificus “bountiful, liberal, generous” (see munificence).
[myoo-nuh-muh nt] /ˈmyu nə mənt/ noun 1. muniments, Law. a document, as a title deed or a charter, by which rights or privileges are defended or maintained. 2. Archaic. a defense or protection. /ˈmjuːnɪmənt/ noun 1. (rare) a means of defence
noun, British. 1. a storage or display room in a castle, church, university, or the like, where pertinent historical documents and records are kept.
[myoo-nuh-muh nt] /ˈmyu nə mənt/ noun 1. muniments, Law. a document, as a title deed or a charter, by which rights or privileges are defended or maintained. 2. Archaic. a defense or protection. /ˈmjuːnɪmənts/ plural noun 1. (law) the title deeds and other documentary evidence relating to the title to land 2. (archaic) furnishings or […]