In other cases no traces of ovules are visible, but the funiculi are in a foliaceous condition.
funiculi funicula Vincente y Blasco Ibanez vermicelli sul campo della gloria risotto!
funiculi, Funicula—it seemed to dance with the very spirit of joyousness.
We swam round the Castello until we were opposite your windows, and sang 'funiculi, funicula!'
There are two funiculi, both connecting the pyloric part of the stomach with the endocyst.
Moquin also alludes to a case of the same nature in Cortusa Mathioli, in which the funiculi bore little rounded leaves.
When funiculi Funiculà was over he sat on the wooden chair provided for him and wiped his face.
funiculus fu·nic·u·lus (fyu-nĭk'yə-ləs, fə-) or fu·ni·cle (fyōō'nĭ-kəl)
n. pl. fu·nic·u·li (-lī') or fu·ni·cles
A slender cordlike strand or band, especially a bundle of nerve fibers in a nerve trunk.
Any of three major divisions of white matter in the spinal cord, consisting of fasciculi.
The umbilical cord.
Plural funiculi (fy-nĭk'yə-lī)