- Rare a means of protection or defense
Origin of munimentML munimentum[pl.]Law a document or documents serving as evidence of inheritances, title to property, etc.
Origin of munimentMiddle English from Anglo-French from Old French from Classical Latin munimentum, a fortification, defense, protection from munire, to furnish with walls, fortify: see munitions
- often muniments Law Documentary evidence by which one can defend a title to property or a claim to rights.
- Archaic A means of defense or protection.
Origin of munimentMiddle English from Old French from Medieval Latin mūnīmentum from Latin defense, protection from mūnīre to fortify ; see munition .