Formed under the implication that the word immune was formed in modern English with the prefix im- and another word. The word immune was actually formed from a prefix in Latin immūnis (“exempt from public service”), from in- (“not”) + mūnus (“service”).
mune (not comparable)
- (humorous, informal, proscribed) Not immune; subject or vulnerable to (something).
- 2003, Gregory Corso, An Accidental Autobiography: The Selected Letters of Gregory Corso, New Directions Publishing, →ISBN, page 44:
- You know, of course, that the writer of the book is immune to shame—that only the peddler of said book is mune—and, I must say that the most shameful person or persons involved are those that condone—such as Mr. Rexroth […]
- 2005, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, "Duchess of Wails" (season 3, episode 5)
- Mac: But no matter what she does, they don't mind. It's like they're immune. Bloo: Well, we'll just have to make them mune by any means necessary.
- 2012 December 24, Stephen Brocklehurst, Lifeaholic, New Generation Publishing, →ISBN:
- My immune system is so fucked it's now a mune system.
- Rōmaji transcription of
- Alternative form of
- muna (a and split infinitives)
- “mune” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.
mune (plural munes)
- Alternative spelling of