The name is from German, bunt, meaning variegated or gay colored.
And if you say that again, I'll bunt you up against the wall.
The men on the yard who gather in the bunt when furling sails.
Also, of the man who comes down a stay, &c., to tar it; or foots the bunt in.
Frank believed Mertez would try to bunt, and he kept the ball high.
Martin at the bunt stood on the ...