The buttock, however, in man is different from that of all animals whatsoever.
He knew that the counter and buttock must be well under water.
The first, which is the only one indicated in the drawing, goes right across the buttock.
The triangles were of the usual pattern, and the flogging was on the buttock.
French writers generally take the length of a horse as the distance from the point of the shoulder to the point of the buttock.
The point of the buttock (O) is the rearmost point of the pelvis.
buttock, but′ok, n. the rump or protuberant part of the body behind: a term in wrestling.
His thigh, from knee to buttock, was torn out by a piece of German shell.
The essential symptom is paroxysmal or continuous pain along the course of the nerve in the buttock, thigh, or leg.
He gave her a hearty smack on the buttock, then held his arms wide and said "Off."
buttock but·tock (bŭt'ək)
Either of the two rounded prominences on the human torso that are posterior to the hips and formed by the gluteal muscles and underlying structures.
buttocks The rear pelvic area of the human body.