Definition of Munda
1. Noun. A family of languages spoken by people scattered throughout central India.
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Literary usage of Munda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cæsar: A History of the Art of War Among the Romans Down to the End of the by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (1892)
"Following him to munda, — which place cannot well be at modern Monda, ... Pompey moved to munda. Caesar followed and camped over against him. ..."
2. Cicero: A Sketch of His Life and Works by Hannis Taylor, Mary Lillie Taylor Hunt (1916)
"After the slaughter at munda — including three thousand Roman knights, "the last remains ... 5 The battle of munda seemed to close the era of the civil war. ..."
3. A Journey from Gibraltar to Malaga: With a View of that Garrison and Its by Francis Carter (1777)
"In the reign of Trajan, munda ... Pliny to have gone to ruin, as he fays, *' Interque, fuit munda " cum Pompeii filio capta :" ... Third Stone of munda. ..."
4. History of the Romans Under the Empire by Charles Merivale (1865)
"The war renewed by Cnaeus Pompeius in Spain.—He is supported by Caesar's discontented soldiers.—Caesar's final campaign, and decisive victory at munda. ..."
5. The Old and New Testament connected in the history of the Jews and by Humphrey Prideaux (1836)
"After this, Caesar passing into Spain,1 there vanquished, in the battle of munda, the last remainders of Pompey's party, slaying Cneius, the eldest of his ..."