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fundĭtus , adv. fundus,
I.from the very bottom, from the foundation (syn.: a fundamento, ab radicibus, radicitus, penitus; freq. and class.).
II. Transf., at the bottom, below (only ante- and post-class., and very rare): “subsedit funditus, ut faex,Lucr. 5, 497; Spart. Hadr. 12 fin.
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