Chunder means to be sick, it originates from old seafareing days when sailers would get seasick and stick their head out of the porthole in their cabin. As they did this they would shout "Watch Under" to warn people in lower cabins of the forthcoming puke. Over the years this has evolved in Chunder.
by Pinkbum May 13, 2004
Being sick and vomiting. I believe it originates from "watch under", for when someone vomits from an elevated location.
I'm not going to be the designated driver while barhopping anymore; people keep chundering in my car.
by Two11two March 07, 2007
Have you ever wondered what it meant when they said "...and women chunder" in that 80's song, "Land Down Under"? Now you know.
by Caribou November 13, 2005
by mr. cutty January 20, 2004
Verb: to vomit. Most commonly used when concerning someone who has been sick as a result of heavy alcohol consumption.
by Harriieee April 14, 2009
by oakbayhigh2011 December 31, 2009
Rocky, uneven, low-quality pavement. Used by longboard skateboarders to describe treacherous road surfaces.
by Bloviator September 20, 2014