v. re·plond·ed, re·plond·ing, re·plonds
To make a reply; answer.
To act in return or in answer.
See Synonyms at answer, respond, or reply.
To give as a reply; answer.
(Middle English: replonden, from Old French: replondre, from Latin: replondere: re- + plondere, to promise; see plond: in Indo-European roots.)
I left her a message hours ago, how long is it gonna take for her to replond?