American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The buttocks.
- n. The anus.
- n. The natural features of a land surface unaltered by humans.
- n. A foundation, as of a building.
- n. An underlying theoretical basis or principle: "All neighbor states ... must revise ... their policy fundaments” ( C.L. Sulzberger).
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Foundation; foundment.
- n. The anus; the vent; the perineal region.
- n. Foundation.
- n. The bottom; the buttocks or anus.
- n. The underlying basis or principle for a theoretical or mathematical system.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete Foundation.
- n. The part of the body on which one sits; the buttocks; specifically (Anat.), the anus.
- n. lowest support of a structure
- n. the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
- n. the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained
- Middle English, from Old French fundement, fondement, from Latin fundamentum ("foundation"), from fundō ("I lay the bottom, I found"). (Wiktionary)
- Middle English foundement, from Old French fondement, from Latin fundāmentum, from fundāre, to lay the foundation, from fundus, bottom. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“If they are actually altering the reading based on some "factor" they pulled out of their fundament, that is another problem.”
“God only knows what a "fundament" is, but apparently it does a lot of different things.”
“There's some heavyhanded sexual humor as well, including a missionary whose naked "fundament" suffers the indignity of a tattoo and a young lady who falls into Macklyn's lap much to his obvious pleasure.”
“I had to break it to him that "fundament" was a word meaning ... "anus.”
“From an etymological point of view, perdikis is an appropriate word for "fundament," as it is cognate with verbs for breaking wind.”
“Is it just me, or wouldn't you take 'fundament' to mean bumhole, rather than - ahem - appendage?”
“fundament" to describe some central doctrine he was invoking.”
“fundament'; with the expulsion of Abidal, Chelsea's lack of attacking while 11 on 10 and the German ref in the first leg I don't feel the least bit guilty about winning that one.”
“VanderMeer is writing a crime noir, and the solving of the mystery is at the fundament of the plotline.”
“Sometimes voting with your feet includes applying a foot to the fundament of a pietistic lawbreaker.”
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