noun, plural Bunds, German Bün·de [byn-duh] /ˈbün də/.
Origin of Bund
Examples from the Web for bunde
Passing through Bunde Valley to-day, I saw a herd of nine or ten koko—a huge deer as big as a donkey, with longer legs.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for bunde (1 of 2)
noun (in India and the Far East)
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British Dictionary definitions for bunde (2 of 2)
noun plural Bunds or Bünde (German ˈbyndə)
Word Origin for Bund
Word Origin and History for bunde
"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.