Definition of muntry in English:

muntry

noun

Australian
  • The edible berry-like fruit of the creeping shrub Kunzea pomifera (family Myrtaceae), native to south-eastern Australia; (also, now chiefly in the plural form muntries, with singular concord) the plant itself.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Yaralde (South Australia), probably mandharri.

Pronunciation

muntry

/ˈmʌntri/