[ guhn-dee ]

noun,plural gun·dis.
  1. either of two small desert rodents, Ctenodactylus gundi or C. vali, of northern Africa, living in dry, rocky areas and characterized by comblike bristles on the hind feet.

Origin of gundi

From dialectal Arabic

Words Nearby gundi Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use gundi in a sentence

  • Daun gundi or tabung bru (Nepenthes destillatoria) can scarcely be termed a flower, but is a very extraordinary climbing plant.

    The History of Sumatra | William Marsden
  • The first division, on the right, advanced against the large walled village of gundi, which was strongly held by the enemy.

    For Name and Fame | G. A. Henty