mu-nif-i-cent / myo͞o-nĭf-ĭ-sənt
1. extremely generous; freely giving
If riches increase, let thy mind hold pace with them; and think it not enough to be liberal, but munificent.
Thomas Browne, 1605 – 1682
2. generous or abundant in amount or quantity
While so engaged at Greenbush, now East Albany, N.Y., he [Herman Melville] received the munificent salary of ‘six dollars a quarter and board.’
From “Introduction to the Edition of 1892” by Arthur Stedman, ?