fundus

[fuhn-duh s]
noun, plural fun·di [fuhn-dahy] /ˈfʌn daɪ/. Anatomy.
  1. the base of an organ, or the part opposite to or remote from an aperture.

Origin of fundus

1745–55; < Latin: literally, bottom
Related formsfun·dic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for fundic

fundus

noun plural -di (-daɪ)
  1. anatomy the base of an organ or the part farthest away from its opening
Derived Formsfundic, adjective

Word Origin for fundus

C18: from Latin, literally: the bottom, a farm, estate
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Word Origin and History for fundic

fundus

n.

from Latin fundus "bottom" (see fund (n.)).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

fundic in Medicine

fundus

[fŭndəs]
n. pl. fun•di (-dī′)
  1. The bottom of or part farthest from the opening of a sac or hollow organ.
Related formsfundic adj.
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