funi-, fun- (Latin: rope, cord).
A rope-walker, a funambulist.
To walk on a stretched rope.
The action of walking on a rope.
Pertaining to rope-walking.
A performer on the tight (or slack) rope, a rope-walker, a rope-dancer.
Of or pertaining to a rope-walker.
1. Of or pertaining to a rope or its tension; depending on or worked by a rope.
2. Resembling a cord.
3. Pertaining to the funis or umbilical cord.
1. Inflammation of the spermatic cord.
2. Inflammation of that portion of a spinal nerve root that lies within the intervertebral canal.
Inflammation of the spermatic cord and the epididymis.
Surgical fixation of the spermatic cord to the surrounding tissues in the correction of undescended. testes.
funiculus, funicle, funicular:
1. A little rope.
2. A cord: in anatomical nomenclature, a general term for a cordlike structure or part.
3. The umbilical cord (funis); hence; in botany, a little stalk by which a seed or ovule is attached to the placenta.
4. A term for the part of the antenna which lies between the scape and the club in certain insects.
5. Applied to the primitive cord or bundle of nerve fibres, bound together in a sheath of connective tissue, called the perineurium or neurilemm.
Having the form of a cord or rope.
1. Resembling a rope or cord.
2. Tough, cylindrical, and flexible, like a chord; as the roots of arborescent monocotyledones.
Hanging from a rope; connected with a hanging rope.
Playing tricks with ropes.
1. An cordlike structure.
2. The umbilical cord.
Inflammation of the umbilical cord.