I boun' he make you laff, he look so funny wid all dem spots en speckles.
It's boun' to get a man—the big, white country is—if he stays too long from his kind.
They don't know yet that the hole in the wall is thar, but ef they stay long they're boun' to run acrost it.
"And it's boun' to'rd Whittlecup, I declare," added Mrs. Ogden.
I boun' she won't neber stick her nose in dem new-fandangle chu'ches no more.
I'm boun thee's eat 'em vast enough, az zoon az 'tiz the turn.
Brer Rabbit ain't wait fer ter see w'at de upshot gwine ter be, needer—I boun' you he ain't.
So, as soon as they were "boun," they held on east to Hisingen, and had there a hearty welcome.
Hesychius speaks of the boun, and describes it, ειδος πεμματος κερατα εχοντος; a kind of cake, with a representation of two horns.
Then they busked them; and just when they were boun they see ships coming up to them.