[found-ling] /ˈfaʊnd lɪŋ/
an infant or small child found abandoned; a child without a known parent or guardian.
an abandoned infant whose parents are not known
“deserted infant,” c.1300, from Middle English founden “found,” past participle of finden (see find (v.)) + diminutive suffix -ling. Cf. Dutch vondeling, German Findling.
noun 1. an institutional home for foundlings.
noun 1. a natural or manufactured object that is perceived as being aesthetically satisfying and exhibited as such. noun 1. another name for objet trouvé
noun 1. a composition made by combining fragments of such printed material as newspapers, signs, or menus, and rearranging them into the form of a poem.
[foun-dris] /ˈfaʊn drɪs/ noun 1. a woman who establishes something, as an institution or religious order; founder.