noun, plural glu·te·i [gloo-tee-ahy, gloo-tee-ahy] /ˈglu tiˌaɪ, gluˈti aɪ/. Anatomy.
- gluteofemoral bursa,
- gluteus maximus,
- gluteus medius,
- gluteus minimus,
Origin of gluteus
Examples from the Web for glutei
The deeply set yet flexible spine; the taper form of the limbs; the fulness yet perfect elasticity of the glutei muscles.Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia|Thomas Mitchell
It is the thickest of the glutei, and gives to the region which it occupies a rounded form.Artistic Anatomy of Animals|douard Cuyer
The trouble with your generation was that all they wanted to do was sit around on their glutei maximi and be entertained.Pagan Passions|Gordon Randall Garrett
The chief physiological antagonistics of the glutei are the quadriceps femoris and tensor fascia lata.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix
noun plural -tei or -taei (-ˈtiːaɪ)
Word Origin for gluteus
"buttocks muscle," 1680s, from Modern Latin glutaeus, from Greek gloutos "the rump," in plural, "the buttocks."