- puntpunt1 [punt]n.[< slang of Rugby School, England: ? form of dial. bunt, to strike, kick: see BUNT1]Football a kick in which the ball is dropped and kicked before it hits the groundvt., vi.to kick (a football) in this waypunt2 [punt]n.[OE < L ponto, punt (in LL, PONTOON)]a flat-bottomed boat with broad, square ends, usually pushed along by a long polevt.1. to propel (a boat) by pushing with a pole against the bottom of a shallow river or lake2. to carry in a puntvi.to go in a puntpunt3 [punt]vi.[Fr ponter < ponte, point < Sp punto < L punctum, a POINT]1. in certain card games, to bet against the banker2. [Brit.] to gamble; betpunt4 [poont]n.[Ir]the former basic monetary unit of Ireland, superseded in 2002 by the EURO
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