Definition of nates
Origin of nates
Words nearby nates
How to use nates in a sentence
From the age of eleven dates his peculiar delight in the well-rounded nates of a cavalry soldier.The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
In many cases the nates turn round in the passage spontaneously, so that it is not required artificially to alter the position.
The nates may become so firmly impacted in the pelvis, that they cannot advance without artificial assistance.
The "margo interne crenatus," "nates sub-recurvat," and "color intus versus marginem violaceus," were not in the copy.
Her father used to whip her severely on the nates at this age and onward to the age of 13, but this never gave her any pleasure.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis