Maund (?), n. [AS. mand, mond.]

A hand basket.

[Obs.]

Herrick.

 

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Maund, n. [Hind, & Per. man.]

An East Indian weight, varying in different localities from 25 to about 82 pounds avoirdupois.

 

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Maund (?), Maund"er (?), v. i. [Cf. F. mendier to beg, E. mendicant.]

1.

To beg.

[Obs.]

B. Jonson. Beau. & Fl.

2.

To mutter; to mumble; to grumble; to speak indistinctly or disconnectedly; to talk incoherently.

He was ever maundering by the how that he met a party of scarlet devils. Sir W. Scott.

 

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