[muhn-see] /ˈmʌn si/
noun, plural Munsees (especially collectively) Munsee for 1.
a member of a North American Indian people, one of the Delaware group.
the Eastern Algonquian language of the Munsee and closely related peoples, originally spoken in the lower Hudson Valley and upper Delaware Valley.
system of color classification, 1905, named for U.S. painter and professor Albert H. Munsell (1858-1918), who developed it.
- Munsell scale
/ˈmʌnsəl/ noun 1. a standard chromaticity scale used in specifying colour. It gives approximately equal changes in visual hue
[muhn-see] /ˈmʌn si/ noun 1. Frank Andrew, 1854–1925, U.S. publisher.
[moon-shee] /ˈmun ʃi/ noun, Indian English. 1. a native interpreter or language instructor. 2. a native secretary or assistant.