Cund \Cund\ (k[u^]nd), v. t. [See {Cond}.] To con (a ship). [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • cund — cund; fe·cund; ge·sith·cund; ge·sith·cund·man; ira·cund; ru·bi·cund; sith·cund; …   English syllables

  • Cund — Recorded in many spellings including Cund, Cunde, Cundy, and locationals such as Cuncliffe, Cundall, Cundale, Cundliffe, Condliffe, and Cunnliffe, this is an English surname. It is either topgraphical for somebody who lived by a naarow valley or… …   Surnames reference

  • cund — adj suffix denoting derivation, origin, or likeness; deofolcund, godcund see cynd …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • cund — variant of cond * * * cund var. of cond v., to direct a ship …   Useful english dictionary

  • cund — चुन्द् …   Indonesian dictionary

  • cuṇḍ — चुण्ड् …   Indonesian dictionary

  • cünd — (A.) [ ﺪﻨﺝ ] 1. asker. 2. ordu …   Osmanli Türkçesİ sözlüğü

  • cünd — ə. qoşun, ordu …   Klassik Azərbaycan ədəbiyyatında islənən ərəb və fars sözləri lüğəti

  • CÜND — Er, asker. Ordu. * Bir kimsenin yardımcıları. * Şehir …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • Cund River — Idicel River River Countries Romania Counties Mureş County …   Wikipedia

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