1) A wicker or other woven basket with handles, a word on record from the Old English period.
1410 et maundes pro lina, York
1485 1 mande de viminibus, jd, Ripon
1611 one cheist ... a bucket & a mawnd, Cottingley. Occasionally we have information about the contents: 1490 j lez ald maund for coylles, York
c.1534 4 new mawndys for hoppes, Bridlington
1638 one maund with a few coals, Brayton. They were also being imported: 1461 5 duss’ moundes, Hull. Note: 1596 one Maunded skepp, Knaresborough.