undé

adjective un·dé \ˈəndā\\ōⁿˈdā\\ˈändē\\ˈəndē\
variants: or

undée

\ˈəndā\ or

ondé

\ōⁿˈdā\ or

ondy

\ˈändē\ or

undy

\ˈəndē\

Definition of undé

  1. :  waving, wavy —used of division lines

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Origin and Etymology of undé

Anglo-French undé & undee (feminine of undé), from Old French unde, onde wave (from Latin unda) + (from Latin -atus -ate) — more at water


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