Definition of bond:
- In a state of servitude or slavery.
- Anything that binds, as a cord or band; link of connection; an obligation or promise in writing to do or pay something on or before a given day; any written promise; a government store for goods till the duty is paid; chains; imprisonment; captivity; the disposition of stones or bricks in a wall so that the vertical joints are separated from each other.
- To put imported goods in a customs warehouse till the duties chargeable thereon are paid. See Bind.
Common misspellings for bond:
- peasant farmer
Bond as a boy's name is of Middle English and Old English origin, and the meaning of Bond is "peasant farmer". From the Middle English word "bonde" (of German origin) or Old English "bunda". Transferred use of the surname. Made famous through the spy and his line "Bond. James Bond".
- Benet, Bent, Bennt.
Google Ngram Viewer results for bond:
This graph shows how "bond" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.
Examples of usage for bond:
At Bondâ€™ s Corner, where the roads forked, to the right to Pemberton Heights, to the left to the bridge that would take him over toward Marillo, he was so nearly asleep that he might have gone straight on homeward had he not been startled by seeing a man and a woman standing in the middle of the road.
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