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- n. Obsolete form of mundic.
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Sinclair had some years previously discovered a small vein of yellow mundick on the moor of Skinnet, four miles from Thurso.
The Cornish miners he consulted told him that the mundick was itself of no value, but a good sign of the proximity of other valuable minerals.