ETYM Old Eng. bundel, AS. byndel; akin to Dutch bondel, bundel, German bündel, dim. of bund bundle, from the root of Eng. bind. Related to Bind.
Several things tied together for carrying or storing; SYN. sheaf.
1. To make into a bundle; SYN. bundle up, roll up.
2. To sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed; SYN. practice bundling.
To combine products for sale as a lot. Frequently, operating system software and some widely used applications are bundled with a computer system for sale.