[muhn-yuh n] /ˈmʌn yən/
a mullion or muntin.
an archaic word for mullion
/ˈmʌnɪŋz/ noun 1. Sir Alfred. 1878–1959, British painter, best known for his horse paintings
[mur-in] /ˈmɜr ɪn/ noun 1. Veterinary Pathology. any of various diseases of cattle, as anthrax, foot-and-mouth disease, and Texas fever. 2. Obsolete. a plague or pestilence. /ˈmʌrɪn/ noun (archaic) 1. any plaguelike disease in cattle 2. a plague n. “cattle plague,” early 14c., from Anglo-French moryn, Old French moraine “pestilence” (12c.), probably from mourir “to […]
/ˈmʌrə/ noun 1. an angler’s name for the great red sedge, a large caddis fly, Phryganea grandis, of still and running water, esteemed by trout
[mur-uh] /ˈmɜr ə/ noun 1. a mineral or stone used in ancient Rome for making fine vases, cups, etc.: believed to have been fluorite. /ˈmʌrə/ noun 1. See murrhine (sense 2)