From Middle English bound, bund and bounden, bunden, ibunden, ȝebunden, from Old English and bunden, ġebunden respectively. See bind.
From Middle English bound, bownde, alternation (with -d partly for euphonic effect and partly by association with Etymology 1 above) of Middle English boun, from Old Norse búinn, past participle of búa.
From Middle English bounde, from Old French bunne, from Medieval Latin bodina, earlier butina
From Middle English bounden, from the noun (see above).
From Middle English *bounden (attested as bounten), from French bondir; perhaps from Late Latin bombitāre, present active infinitive of bombitō, frequentative verb, from Latin bombus.
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