I have occasionally heard the term "bundled-theme". I know what a WordPress theme is, but I don't know what a "bundled-theme" is. I came across that term recently when reviewing the WordPress documentation:

"...For core (and bundled themes), this is always WordPress."(http://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/inline-documentation-standards/php-documentation-standards/)

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    This is just a term used for the default twenty-something themes shipped with wordpress. May 9, 2014 at 15:42
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    @PieterGoosen That's worth posting as an answer... since it's the answer ;) May 9, 2014 at 16:44

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The term bundled theme is simply just a name/term used for the default (twenty-something) themes shipped with wordpress.

The current version of wordpress 3.9.1 have three of themes shipped by default, namely 'twentytwelve', 'twentythirteen' and 'twentyfourteen'. The two previous twenty-something themes namely 'twentyten' and 'twentyeleven' are also available for download and is still currently been supported by the wordpress team

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