from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A tough Asiatic grass (Saccharum bengalense syn. Saccharum munja) whose culms are used for ropes and baskets.
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- n. tough Asiatic grass whose culms are used for ropes and baskets
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The verb is actually "mung" pronounced munj, and if you need some munging you need a munger.
The Munjia Akhara have a belt made of _munj_ grass round the waist, and a little apron also of grass, which is hung from it, and passed through the legs.
Some Brahmans shave the boy's head completely, make a girdle of _kusha_ or _munj_ grass round his waist, provide him with a begging-bowl and tongs and the skin of an antelope to sit on and make him go and beg from four houses.
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