KJV Dictionary Definition: munite


MU'NITE,v.t. To fortify. Not in use.


MUNI'TION, n. L. munitio, from munio, to fortify.

1. Fortification.

2. Ammunition; whatever materials are used in war for defense, or for annoying an enemy. The word includes guns of all kinds, mortars, &c. and their loading.

3. Provisions of a garrison or fortress, or for ships of war,and in general for an army; stores of all kinds for a fort, an army or navy.

Munition-ships, ships which convey military and naval stores of any kind, and attend or follow a fleet to supply ships of war.