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Founder

Founder

Origin of founder 2 first recorded in 130050 middle english foundren, funder, fonder, from old french fondrer to plunge to the bottom, submerge, from vulgar latin fundorre (unattested),.

Founder

Founder

Founder comes from a latin word meaning bottom (as in foundation) and originally referred to knocking enemies down it is now also used to mean to fail utterly, collapse. Flounder means to move clumsily, thrash about, and hence to proceed in confusion.

Founder

Founder