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  • n. Plural form of bundu.


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  • The suffixes - bundus and - cundus give nearly the force of a present participle; as, -- tremebundus, _trembling_; jūcundus (juvō), _pleasing_.

    New Latin Grammar

  • "Noctua bundus," said Mr. Chub, who was sitting all the time at one of the windows.

    Swallow Barn, or A Sojourn in the Old Dominion. In Two Volumes. Vol. II.

  • Those were the days, he said, when "black Springboks" were being produced in the bundus of Alice and the rural areas of Transkei.

    IOL: News

  • As long as you call churas Dalits, invite your slaves to the household Diwali party, insist bundus are exercising a sexual choice, or dignify randis by renaming them commercial sex workers, it doesn’t matter how you treat them.

    Archive 2005-01-01


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