noun, plural glu·te·i [gloo-tee-ahy, gloo-tee-ahy] /ˈglu tiˌaɪ, gluˈti aɪ/. Anatomy.
Origin of gluteus
Examples from the Web for glutei
Historical Examples of glutei
The deeply set yet flexible spine; the taper form of the limbs; the fulness yet perfect elasticity of the glutei muscles.
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
It is the thickest of the glutei, and gives to the region which it occupies a rounded form.Artistic Anatomy of Animals
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."