Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To jog with the elbow; jostle

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The moment the jundie stuck his head inside and had a look at us, he'd see we were white eyes.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • It was totally dark, and the jundie in front of me had to use his torch.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • They bent me over the cab, a jundie either side of me; I assumed I was being taken away to be shot.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • A jundie started jabbering and stuck his head out of a truck window.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • The jundie opened one, pushed me inside, took off my handcuffs, and closed the door.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • A jundie appeared with three glasses of tea and offered me one.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • If a man's gaun down the brae ilka ane gies him a jundie.

    The Proverbs of Scotland

  • We used the jundie cell phone network more often than not Someone trying to be controversial could point out the fact that for years soldiers abused their Clansman systems by for example:

    Army Rumour Service

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