Interesting, the only one I knew was the Hindi word 'muni', which means a wise/learned person or a sage -- in fact I thought that's where your name came from.
You are absolutely correct on the etymology though. I originally chose the name because of the multiple meanings the word can take on. Muni(cipial Transportation) is indeed one of those meanings. See if you can find them all~
Ah, I see. I don't seem to know anything about lifespan development. And thanks, I guess it'd be nice to have some life infused into the dying forums.
That said, if you would like to talk academia with me, my specialization is lifespan development. Beyond that, I would like to believe that I try to maintain a good balance in what I learn. It's amazing how difficult it can be to be a Renaissance man in the modern era (perhaps because of the inundation of information, or perhaps because of the relative scarcity of meaningful information), so being the not very motivated person that I am, I've contented myself with being a Byzantine man at best. :3 I am in many ways wholly ignorant, but poke me if you ever need some slight entertainment.