Muniment

Mu"ni*ment

(?), n. [L. munimentum, fr. munire to fortify. See Munition.] 1. The act of supporting or defending. [Obs.]
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2. That which supports or defends; stronghold; place or means of defense; munition; assistance. "Other muniments and petty helps." Shak.
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3. (Law) A record; the evidences or writings whereby a man is enabled to defend the title to his estate; title deeds and papers. Blount.
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Muniment room or Muniment house, that room in a cathedral, castle, or other public building, which is used for keeping the records, charters, seals, deeds, and the like. Gwilt.
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