noun, plural fun·di [fuhn-dahy] /ˈfʌn daɪ/. Anatomy.
- funding operations,
- fundus gland,
- fundus of eye,
- fundus of gallbladder,
- fundus of stomach,
- fundus of urinary bladder
Origin of fundus
Examples from the Web for fundus
After being swallowed, the food enters the region situated at the cardiac end, known as the fundus.Dietetics for Nurses|Fairfax T. Proudfit
Next comes the gall bladder, a pear-shaped bag, the fundus of which is in front and below, the neck behind and above.
Seems to her that the fundus of the stomach is depressed in the abdomen, as if on fire at the pyloric end of stomach.
This is a very frequent complaint after bad labours, the fundus uteri becomes inverted and descends like the prolapsus ani.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
At the same time villa is an architectural term; fundus, an economical term; prdium, a juridical term.Dderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes|Ludwig Dderlein
noun plural -di (-daɪ)
Word Origin for fundus
from Latin fundus "bottom" (see fund (n.)).