There has been a relatively long and un-storied life for "muna." Not me, but my moniker. Strangely, I have never really been prompted to see if that could ever cause any undue confusion, or possibly offense.
For instance, it is truly unfortunate that a certain amount of research wasn't made by this company:
GUNT - the Brand for Professional Training! www.gunt.de
They're German, so no-harm-no-foul, but still...
When it comes to "muna," though, I just today thought to check on various iterations:
M.U.N.A - Model United Nations: all about building bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding in the minds of our youth. (yep. that's me in a nutshell)
Muslim Ummah of North America: hmmm
http://bit.ly/HLiN1 (from Apprentice: Season 6)
My personal favourite...
A language of Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Population: 227,000 (1989 van den Berg). Population includes 600 in Ambon (1985 SIL). 150,000 Standard Muna, 10,000 Tiworo, 7,000 Siompu, 60,000 Gulamas (1989 van den Berg).
Region: Muna Island off southeast Sulawesi, northwest coast of Buton Island, and Ambon, central Maluku.
Alternate names: Wuna, Mounan
Dialects: Standard Muna (Northern Muna), Gulamas (Southern Muna), Siompu, Tiworo (Eastern Muna). Subdialects of Standard Muna are: Tungkuno, Kabawo, Lawa, Katobu, Tobea Besar; of Gulamas are: Gu, Mawasangka, Lakudo, Wale-Ale, Lawama, Kadatua, Lowu-Lowu, Kalia-Lia, Katobengke, Topa, Salaa, Lawela, Laompo, Burukene. Lexical similarity 71% with Pancana, 62% with Cia-Cia, 52% with Wolio, 50% with Lasalimu, 47% with Tukang Besi, 45% with Kamaru.
So, not too bad. Nothing profane, at first blush. I like the fact that I have subdialects.