Definition of Fundis
1. fundi [n] - See also: fundi
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Literary usage of Fundis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Rome and the Roman People: From Its Origin to the Establishment by Victor Duruy (1884)
"... also had lately exhibited in the theatre a biting satire on the luxury of the matrons, showing them walking the streets decked out with estates, fundis ..."
2. Sultan to Sultan: Adventures Among the Masai and Other Tribes of East Africa by Mary French Sheldon (1892)
"... fundis, or craftsmen in metal work, have attained a great degree of skill and perfection throughout Chaga land. The renowned blacksmiths all have been ..."
3. A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and Her People by John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan (1908)
"The business was, however, soon removed to the corner of Penn and Frankstown avenue, and here Mr. fundis received his first lessons m the mercantile ..."
4. Pittsburgh Legal Journal by Allegheny County Bar Association (1914)
"Also my nephews, children of my brother Daniel fundis, to each and every one of them shall be paid the sum of $100.00 out of those two mortgages, ..."