Mund

Mund noun See Mun .
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/M/116

Mund

• (n.) See Mun.
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mund

(from the article `family law`) ...and, on `receiving the woman at her father`s or friend`s hands,` proceeds with the ceremony. This `giving away` of the woman by her family ... ...a clan—the extended family composed of all those related by blood, however remotely, and subject to a clan chief—and also a hou...
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Mund

[in law] The mund is a principle in Germanic tradition and law that can be crudely translated as `protection` and which grew as the prerogative of a Germanic tribe king or leader. It has been Latinized in mundium. The word comes from Germanic *mundo (cf. Old English/Old Norse mund), `hand; protection`. ==The mund within the family== The mun...
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