backside

[bak-sahyd] /ˈbækˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
the rear or back part or view of an object, person, scene, etc.; that part which is opposite the front.
2.
rump; buttocks.
Origin
1350–1400; Middle English back syde; see back1, side1; compare Old English bæce backside
British Dictionary definitions for back-side
backside (ˌbækˈsaɪd)
 
n
1.  the back of something
2.  informal the buttocks

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Word Origin and History for back-side
backside
late 15c., from back (adj.) + side. In the specific sense of "rump, buttocks" it is first recorded c.1500.
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backside

noun

The buttocks; rump : slapped her on the backside


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