[muhn-ster, moo n-] /ˈmʌn stər, ˈmʊn-/
noun, (often initial capital letter)
[muhn-ster] /ˈmʌn stər/
a province in SW Republic of Ireland. 9316 sq. mi. (24,130 sq. km).
a town in NW Indiana.
[myn-stuh r] /ˈmün stər/
a city in NW Germany: treaty of Westphalia 1648.
a province of SW Republic of Ireland: the largest of the four provinces and historically a kingdom; consists of the counties of Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, and Waterford. Capital: Cork. Pop: 1 100 614 (2002). Area: 24 125 sq km (9315 sq miles)
a variant of muenster
a city in NW Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia on the Dortmund-Ems Canal: one of the treaties comprising the Peace of Westphalia (1648) was signed here; became capital of Prussian Westphalia in 1815. Pop: 269 579 (2003 est)
type of cheese; see Muenster.
[moo n-ster-burg; German myn-stuh r-berk] /ˈmʊn stərˌbɜrg; German ˈmün stərˌbɛrk/ noun 1. Hugo [hyoo-goh;; German hoo-goh] /ˈhyu goʊ;; German ˈhu goʊ/ (Show IPA), 1863–1916, German psychologist and philosopher in the U.S. /ˈmʊnstəˌbɜːɡ/ noun 1. Hugo. 1863–1916, German psychologist, in the US from 1897, noted for his pioneering work in applied psychology
/mʊnt/ noun 1. (South African & Zimbabwean, slang, derogatory) a Black African
/ˈmʌntɪd/ adjective (NZ, slang) 1. (of an object) destroyed or ruined 2. (of a person) abnormal or peculiar 3. (informal) drunk or intoxicated
/ˈmʌntə/ noun 1. (slang) an unattractive person