- to separate; part; divide; sever.
- to become separated; part.
Origin of sunder
Examples from the Web for unsundered
We have seen what a united Spain can do, and long may Spain remain one, unsundered nation.Spain's Win: Cosmic Justice
July 11, 2010
It is a tribute to our friendship that three weeks later we reached Loring Castle, Chepstow, unsundered and harmonious.Sonia Between two Worlds
- to break or cause to break apart or in pieces
- in sunder into pieces; apart
Word Origin and History for unsundered
Old English sundrian, from sundor "separately, apart," from Proto-Germanic *sunder (cf. Old Norse sundr, Old Frisian sunder, Old High German suntar "aside, apart"), from PIE root *sen(e)- denoting "separation" (cf. Sanskrit sanutar "far away," Avestan hanare "without," Greek ater "without," Latin sine "without," Old Church Slavonic svene "without," Old Irish sain "different"). Related: Sundered; sundering.