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bunté

Old FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin bonitās

NounEdit

bunté f (oblique plural buntez, nominative singular bunté, nominative plural buntez)

  1. goodness
    • circa 1250, Marie de France, Guigemar
      [Elle] valt mielz de vus, dame reïne
      de cors, de vis e de bealté,
      d'enseignement e de bunté.
      [She] is worth more than you, Your Majesty
      in body, in her face, in beauty
      in education and in goodness.