Definition of fundament:
home, lav, over, bottom of the inning, empennage, nookie, stinker, so-and-so, rudiment, shag, cheeks, al-Qa'ida, throne, cornerstone, initiation, invertebrate foot, foundation garment, tramp, skunk, derriere, breech, backside, puke, foot, buttocks, institution, loafer, tush, shtup, booty, canful, understructure, tin can, heinie, shadow, quarter, rotter, footing, rear end, hindquarters, stern, place, hind end, pes, idler, infrastructure, commode, cigaret, female genitals, piece of tail, piece of ass, undersurface, al-Qaida, theme, privy, coffin nail, butt, back, crapper, potty, posterior, female genitalia, ft, radix, tooshie, screw, animal foot, bum, john, alkali, underpinning, origination, substructure, stem, can, arsehole, bag, rear, behind, croupe, nucleotide, metrical foot, after part, bottomland, pedestal, ground, fundamental, rat, ass, tail assembly, rump, foundation, bed, hunkers, croup, human foot, tail end, stool, root, screwing, buns, dirty dog, seat, git, metrical unit, pot, asshole, tin, laughingstock, crumb, target, innovation, duff, founding, fag end, substratum, can buoy, grounding, toilet, basis, instauration, creation, do-nothing, hams, scum bag, back end, layabout, bathroom, groundwork, bottom, butt joint, freighter, introduction, merchant ship, keister, stinkpot, underside, stand, prat, radical, lowlife, base of operations, goat, root word, caboose, hobo, al-Qaeda, butt end, lavatory, base, bunghole, shadower, roll in the hay, tail, stooge, floor, merchantman, infantry, nooky, stub, fanny, cigarette, female genital organ, back tooth, arse, poop, nates, haunches.
- "A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution", Carl Von Nägeli.
Both this plant, and the Water Betony- so called from its similarity of leaf- bear the name of Kernel- wort, from having tubers or kernels attached to the roots, and from being therefore supposed, on the doctrine of signatures, to cure diseased kernels or scrofulous glands in the neck; also to banish piles from the fundament.- "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure", William Thomas Fernie.
On the principle of affinities, small diluted doses of the tincture, or decoction, or of the dried leaves, prove curative in cases of fluxes from the lower bowels, where irritation within the fundament is frequent, and where there is considerable nervous exhaustion, especially in chronic cases of this sort.- "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure", William Thomas Fernie.