Origin: Hindi bāndhnū, a method of dyeing < Sans bándhana-, tying (so named because the cloth is tied to prevent certain parts from receiving the dye) < IE *bhendh-, bind
See bandanna in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Probably Portuguese
Origin: , from Hindi bāndhnū, tie-dyeing
Origin: , from bāndhnā, to tie
Origin: , from Sanskrit bandhati, he ties; see bhendh- in Indo-European roots.
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