Etymology: From fundamentum "foundation" (from fundare "to lay the bottom, to found") via fundement and fondement, fondement, and fundament, fundement, and fondement.
- The part of the body upon which one sits; the buttocks; specifically, the anus.
- underlying basis or principle for a theoretical or mathematical system
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