nates

nates

[ney-teez]
noun (used with a plural verb)
buttocks; rump.

Origin:
1675–85; < Latin natēs, plural of natis; generally used in the plural; akin to Greek nôton the back

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nates (ˈneɪtiːz)
 
pl n , sing -tis
See buttock a technical word for the buttocks
 
[C17: from Latin; compare Greek nōton back, nosthi buttocks]

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nates na·tes (nā'tēz)
pl.n.
The buttocks.

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