As it funnelled through the bay outside Candahug, some witnesses put its height at a towering 16ft.
So saying, I funnelled my mouth with my hands and shouted in the direction whence the voice had proceeded a few minutes before.
c.1400, from Middle French fonel, from Provençal enfounilh, "a word from the Southern wine trade" [Weekley], from Late Latin fundibulum, shortened from Latin infundibulum "a funnel or hopper in a mill," from infundere "pour in," from in- "in" + fundere "pour" (see found (v.2)).
1590s, from funnel (n.). Related: Funneled; funneling.