The other boy then offered to kiss M. O.'s fundament, and did so.
A decoction of this bark is a valuable application for falling of the fundament, or womb.
(It rises and falls with the inhaling and exhaling breaths up to the pericranium and thence down to the fundament).
If anyone did scramble up into a tree, thinking there to be safe, he rent up his perinee, and impaled him in at the fundament.
Yet they are the very basis and fundament of any attempt to better the general health.
A strong decoction makes a useful wash for falling of the womb, or fundament.
late 13c., "buttocks, anus," from Old French fondement "foundation, bottom; anus" (12c.), from Latin fundamentum "a foundation," from fundare "to found" (see bottom). So called because it is where one sits.
Alle þe filþ of his magh ['maw'] salle breste out atte his fondament for drede. ["Cursor Mundi," early 14c.]
fundament fun·da·ment (fŭn'də-mənt)