The proud moment of fundi's life was when safari entered Nairobi at the end of the first expedition.
You, the gunbearers, have been called because we wish to know what should be done with this man fundi.
The family of Livia, the consort of Augustus, belonged to fundi.
"The kiboko, bwana," pleaded fundi, very abashed and humble.
And the fourth day, as we were going hunting, fundi calmly fell in with the rest.
fundi, as I have suggested, was built very much on the lines of the marabout stork.
He called himself fundi, which means The Expert, a sufficient indication of his confidence in himself.
Then he and his companion saw five lions; and the chance fundi had evidently long been awaiting came to his hand.
fundi, out of breath, stopped short and pointed to this man.
Thus far fundi's history reads just like the history of any ordinary Captain of Industry.
fundus fun·dus (fŭn'dəs)
n. pl. fun·di (-dī')
The bottom of or part farthest from the opening of a sac or hollow organ.