noun (in Asian countries)
- bunching onion,
Origin of bund
noun, plural Bunds, German Bün·de [byn-duh] /ˈbün də/.
Origin of Bund
Examples from the Web for bund
As a regular tourist—a.k.a. someone not trying to cash in on China—stay on the Bund.
He felt a little embarrassment in explaining that headquarters to him meant Samooborona, not Bund.Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
In the year 1847 we find him attending the Bund Diet as the member for Prussia.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 1 (of 10)|James Edward Parrott
Consuls can fly their country's flag and occupy offices on the "Bund."Lafcadio Hearn|Nina H. Kennard
noun (in India and the Far East)
Word Origin for bund
noun plural Bunds or Bünde (German ˈbyndə)
Word Origin for Bund
"league, confederacy," 1850, from German Bund (related to English band (n.2) and bind (v.)). In names of various fraternal organizations, in U.S. especially the German-American Bund, pro-Nazi organization founded 1936.