A scunder can be a person or a thing. It means a "nuisance". It can be found with several pronunciations. Scunner, Scundered, Scunnered, Scunnert. It is commonly used in ulster (Northern Ireland), Scotland and the North of England.
Joe is a scunder. (Joe is a pain / nuisance)
I am scundered today (I am fed up today)
This job scunders me. (This job bores /sickens / depresses me)
by Alan Day June 1, 2005
Scunder is a word used in Northern Ireland. It is usually used in the past tense 'scundered' as an adjective, although similar in sound to the Scottish 'scunnert' it has its own specific meanning. A neat little phrase sums it up, 'hoisted by your own petard' It is often a personal retort, "That's you totally scundered", perhaps by some sly plan that has backfired.
He though he was being the smart one but now it's him that's totally scundered!
by AidanG August 11, 2005
Derived from the word Scunt which comes from the word cunt.
Scunder has the same meaning as scunt but changed slightly to be more socially acceptable.
(In a class room)
Girl 1: I can't believe she backstabbed me
Girl 2: I know, she's sucha scunder.
by cooldude505 April 8, 2010
You though you were smart, didn't you? Well, thats you totally scundered!
by Aidang June 3, 2005
In Belfast and environs this means 'embarassed' but in mid-ulster it means 'annoyed' or 'frustrated'
I was so scundered at work today
by mc77 September 18, 2007
Scundered is the slang term for embarassed.It is mainly used in northern ireland.
oh my god i was so scundered the other day when i fell in front off all thoses guys.
norn irish term for being totally mortified infront of people
-omg leek yesterday i leek was walking home leek and leek i was passing these leek great wee lads leek yea? and then i leek omg leek totally tripped and fell leek and my skirt was up over my leek head leek!!!
-omg leek scundered for ye
by karen and aoife August 15, 2005