See also: bund

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Etymology 1Edit

From bund.

Proper nounEdit

The Bund

  1. A waterfront area in central Shanghai.

Etymology 2Edit

From Yiddish בונד(bund, bond, union). Doublet of bond.

Proper nounEdit

the Bund

  1. A secular Jewish socialist party in the Russian Empire, active between 1897 and 1920.
  2. Any related movements in other countries, such as the still-existing Australian Bund, etc..

GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the verb binden (bind).

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NounEdit

Bund m (genitive Bundes, plural Bünde)

  1. alliance
  2. (biblical) covenant
  3. a fret (of a guitar)
  4. waistband

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Bund n (genitive Bundes, plural Bunde)

  1. a bunch

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Bund m (genitive Bundes, no plural)

  1. confederation of German states
    Die Aufgaben des BundesThe tasks of the German confederation
  2. the German army, Bundeswehr
    Ich geh zum Bund.I will join the German army.

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DescendantsEdit

  • Polish: bunt
    • Russian: бунт (bunt)
  • Serbo-Croatian: бу̀нт (bùnt)