ETYM Old Eng. bundel, AS. byndel; akin to Dutch bondel, bundel, German bündel, dim. of bund bundle, from the root of Eng. bind. Related to Bind.
Several things tied together for carrying or storing; SYN. sheaf.
packet / pækət /
ETYM French paquet, dim. from Late Lat. paccus, from the same source as Eng. pack. Related to Pack.
1. A small package or bundle.
2. A number of letters dispatched at one time; a small group, cluster, or mass.
3. A passenger boat usually carrying mail and cargo.
4. (British) A pack of cigarettes.
5. The unit of data sent across a packet switching network. The term is used loosely.
ETYM French parcelle a small part, from (assumed) Late Lat. particella, dim. of Latin pars. Related to Part, Particle.
1. The result of parcelling out or sharing; SYN. portion, share.
2. A tract or plot of land.
3. A company, collection, or group of persons, animals, or things; lot.
4. A wrapped bundle; package; a unit of salable merchandise.
ETYM French rôle a roll, from Latin rotulus little wheel, Late Lat., a roll, dim. of Latin rota a wheel. Related to Roll, Rôle, Rouleau, Roulette.
1. The act of rolling something (as the ball in bowling).
2. Any coiled or rolled substance.
3. A roll of photographic film.
4. A list of names; SYN. roster.
5. A flight maneuver; aircraft rotates about its longitudinal axis without changing direction or losing altitude.
6. Walking with a rolling gait.
ETYM A dim. of Old Eng. scroue, scrowe (whence Eng. escrow), Old Fren. escroe, escroue, French écrou entry in the jail book, Late Lat. scroa scroll, probably of Teutonic origin.
A document that can be rolled up (as for storage); SYN. roll.
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