Origin: ME bunne, wheat cake, bun, prob. < OFr buigne, a boil, swelling (> Fr beigne, fruit fritter) < Gaul *bunia
Origin: prob. contr. < informal (Scot) bung, drunk (short for bung-full, filled to the bung)
See bun in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English bunne
Origin: , probably from Old French bugne, boil
Origin: , of Celtic origin.
Origin: Origin unknown.
Origin: Dialectal, hind part of a rabbit or squirrel
Origin: , from Scottish Gaelic, stump, bottom
Origin: , from Old Irish.
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