pygo-, pyg-, -pyga, -pygia (Greek: rump, buttocks, bottom; rear end; butt; the posterior part of the body).
Having beautiful breasts and buttocks.
callipygia, callipygian, callipygous, callipygy:
Having "beautiful" or sexy buttocks or a reference to such.
Having hairy buttocks; rough bottomed.
In entomology, situated under the end of the adomen.
An excessively large rear-end or back-side.
Having elongated or ovid buttocks.
Having flat buttocks.
Having broad buttocks.
Having bulging buttocks.
Of or pertaining to the rump or hinder quarters of an animal.
Soreness in the buttocks, i.e., a pain in the rump.
A reference to buttocks.pygidium (singular); pygidia (plural); pygidial: The posterior part of the body in certain invertebrates, chiefly insects, crustaceans, and worms, when forming a distinct segment or division; the caudal or pygal segment.
Men or women with sexy, well-rounded rumps.
pygobranchia, pygobranchiate, phgobranchious:
A group of gastropods having the gills arranged round the anus.
A fetus with double hips and pelvis.
Twins united in the region of the buttocks so that the two are back to back.
A person who is especially fond of buttocks.
1. Loving sexy buttocks. Having a special attraction for female buttocks.
Of or pertaining to the Pygopodes, an order of aquatic birds, including the auks, grebes, and loons, having the legs set very far to the back.
The rubbing of the buttocks as a means of deriving sexual pleasure.
An enticing movement of a man or woman's rear end.
Having rounded and full buttocks.
steatopygia, steatopygian, steatopygic, steatopygous, steatopygy:
1. Having a fat behind or backside.
2. A protuberance of the buttocks, due to an abnormal accumulation of fat in and behind the hips and thighs, found (more markedly in women than in men) as a racial characteristic of certain peoples; especially, the Hottentots and Bushmen of South Africa.
In ornithology, situated on, belonging to, the rump or uropygium.
In ornithology, the rump of birds.