2 Answers. Founded is a past tense of the verb found. This verb found has two different meanings. When something is established or set up, it is said to have founded. The thing or structure is founded to continue and progress in the future.What does the name founded mean?
tr.v. found·ed, found·ing, founds 1. To establish or set up, especially with provision for continuing existence: The college was founded in 1872. See Synonyms at establish.Does the word founded and established mean the same thing?
As verbs the difference between established and founded is that established is (establish) while founded is. As adjectives the difference between established and founded is that established is of a religion, church etc: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area while founded is having a basis.What does founde mean?
fownd′ėr, v.i. to go to the bottom: to fill with water and sink.— v.t. to cause to sink: to disable by injuring the feet (of a horse).— adj. Found′erous, causing to founder. [O. Fr. fondrer, to fall in, fond, bottom—L. fundus, bottom.]