Definition of buttocks:
goat, bottom, bunghole, back, idler, bottom of the inning, keister, cigarette, pot, fanny, shadow, rear end, haunches, nates, lowlife, substructure, screwing, groundwork, stub, git, coffin nail, empennage, backside, potty, tramp, foot, rat, lav, poop, shag, piece of ass, fundament, female genitalia, nooky, butt joint, crapper, cheeks, female genital organ, target, layabout, hobo, nookie, rear, do-nothing, scum bag, croup, tail end, cigaret, butt, freighter, derriere, asshole, shadower, breech, foundation, tooshie, hind end, roll in the hay, back tooth, so-and-so, hindquarters, laughingstock, bum, fag end, stooge, caboose, stinkpot, tail, booty, understructure, undersurface, place, piece of tail, shtup, tin can, dirty dog, stern, ass, lavatory, arse, cornerstone, basis, bed, can buoy, tail assembly, quarter, underside, seat, butt end, throne, buns, croupe, merchant ship, back end, merchantman, can, hunkers, prat, rotter, stinker, arsehole, stool, bathroom, loafer, tush, rump, screw, privy, tin, after part, heinie, toilet, female genitals, puke, bottomland, duff, commode, canful, crumb, skunk, john, hams, base, posterior, behind.
The first thing to do under such circumstances is to withhold food, give plenty of water to drink, produce a brisk movement of the bowel by giving a dose of castor oil, give a cleansing enema, and treat the fever as follows: After removing all of the clothes from the child, place him in a warm blanket and then prepare a sponge bath which may be equal parts of alcohol and water; expose one portion of the body at a time and apply the water and alcohol first to one arm and then to the other arm, the chest, one leg, the other leg, the back and then the buttocks.- "The Mother and Her Child", William S. Sadler Lena K. Sadler.
Can't he paint anything but massive oxen wading to their buttocks in the sea; or fisher boats with swelling sails blotting out the horizon; or a girl after a dip standing, as her boyish cavalier covers her with a robe- you see the clear, pink flesh through her garb; or vistas of flower gardens with roguish maidens and courtly parks; peasants harvesting, working women sorting raisins; sailors mending nets, boys at rope- making- is all this great art?- "Promenades of an Impressionist", James Huneker.
If an infant is born with the buttocks first, the head does not linger in the birth- canal, a fact which in such cases explains the pleasing shape of the skull, which emerges with the contour determined by fetal growth.- "The Prospective Mother A Handbook for Women During Pregnancy", J. Morris Slemons.