Meaning of munter in English:

munter

Pronunciation /ˈmʌntə/

noun

informal, derogatory British
  • An unattractive person (typically used of a woman)

    • ‘some people photograph well but they're munters in real life’
    • ‘And even though plenty of other things happened that were nice and pleasant and make me sound like a lot less of a munter, this one's still my favourite story to tell.’
    • ‘Get pictured with a double chin and you're a great big fat munter.’
    • ‘No sooner had I settled in than some drunken munter staggered up next to me.’
    • ‘Anyway, you will have to make do with the random mad musings of a manic middle aged munter today.’
    • ‘What a munter!’
    • ‘Some people photograph well but they're munters in real life.’

Origin

1990s origin unknown.