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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_.
"Noctua bundus," said Mr. Chub, who was sitting all the time at one of the windows.
Those were the days, he said, when "black Springboks" were being produced in the bundus of Alice and the rural areas of Transkei.
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.