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fu·nis

(fyū'nis),
1. Synonym(s): umbilical cord
2. A cordlike structure.
[L. a rope, cord]

funis

/fu·nis/ (fu´nis) any cordlike structure, particularly the umbilical cord.fu´nic

funis

[fyo̅o̅′nis, fo̅o̅′nis]
a cordlike structure, such as the umbilical cord.

funis

Latin
(1) Any cord-like structure.
(2) Umbilical cord.

fu·nis

(fyū'nis)
1. Synonym(s): umbilical cord.
2. A cordlike structure.
[L. a rope, cord]
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Del latin funambulus, 'acrobata', proveniente a su vez de funis, 'cuerda' y ambulus, 'que camina'; un funambulo es un equilibrista que anda y hace ejercicios sobre una cuerda o alambre.
Etimologia: El nombre alude a su frecuente presencia dentro de los segmentos huecos de lianas podridas, combinando las palabras latinas funis, cuerda y lignum, madera.
De un siglo antes viene el termino funambulo, derivado de funis y ambulare: andar.
Etimologia: funifera, del latin funis, cuerda y fera, que porta, debido a las fibras de las hojas que sirven para fabricar cuerdas.
Although the three defense agencies learned that De Funis was Jewish only after they engaged on his behalf, some leaders in the black community assumed that the Jewish establishment was prepared to sacrifice principle to protect the narrow interests of its own constituents.
I'm told, John, you threatned with Funis & Fustis
Essas amostras (n=10) foram saturadas e submetidas a tensoes crescentes, utilizando funis de placa porosa e camara de Richards, ate o equilibrio da agua nas amostras.
Apos a agitacao foi testado, ainda, o processo de filtragem das amostras utilizando-se funis de vidro com papel de filtro qualitativo.
Flavia Orazzo, (1) Luigi Nespoli, (2) Kazuhiko Ito, (3) Davide Tassinari, (4) Daniela Giardina, (5) Maurizio Funis, (6) Alessandra Cecchi, (7) Chiara Trapani, (7) Gisella Forgeschi, (8) Massimo Vignini, (9) Luana Nosetti, (2) Sabrina Pigna, (10) and Antonella Zanobetti (11)