Sunders vs Sanders - What's the difference?
As a noun sunders
As a proper noun sanders is
From (etyl), from (etyl) .
(dialectal, or, obsolete) Sundry; separate; different.
From (etyl) . More at sundry.
To break or separate or to break apart, especially with force.
To , separate.
, author=Dean Barton
, title=Searching for the Evergreen Man
, publisher=Llumina Press
, passage=… Carlo finally saw Everything, before it sunders' into things; he saw Knowledge before it '''sunders''' into knowing; he saw Integrity before it '''sunders''' in integrals; he saw Unity before it ' sunders
(UK, dialect, dated, transitive) To expose to the sun and wind.
* 1881 , Severed Selves, lines 8-9
*: '' Two souls, the shores wave-mocked of sundering seas: —
*: '' Such are we now.
a separation into parts; a division or severance
* 1939 , , Additional Poems , VII, lines 2-4
- He would not stay for me to stand and gaze.
- I shook his hand and tore my heart in sunder
- And went with half my life about my ways.
(obsolete) sandalwood, especially the red sandalwood