The word 'abound' is found 19 times in the King James Version (KJV) once in Old Testament and 18 times in New Testament.If you use related words (e.g. abounded, abounding, abounds, etc.) then the count will be a little higher.
The word 'abound' is not a common noun; abound is a verb (abound, abounds, abounding, abounded); to present in large numbers; to be filled with or have an abundance of something. Abundance is the common, abstract noun form.
I can't decide if you meant to write ABOUT or ABOUND ... you really ought to check your spelling before you hit that button! Haste makes waste, you know. That's about enough fussing, but I hope you got the point… Full Answer
The past tense of "abound" is "abounded". However, this is not a verb commonly used in the past tense. Typically the sentence "Creatures abound in this jungle" would be put into the past tense by changing the wording to say… Full Answer
Intransitive, because it can't take a direct object. In the pond, fish abound. Fish (subject) abound (verb). The pond abounds with fish. Pond (subject) abounds (verb) with fish (prepositional phrase). But never this: The pond abounds fish. Pond (subject) abounds… Full Answer