Her affiliation with the Occident is so much the more complete; but her Eastern origin is never in doubt.
In the Occident, giving to the poor is lending to the devil.
He established a periodical, "Orient and Occident," in 1862.
It is the Orient without the brown, the Occident with the sun.
Over his devoted head the sentinel stars swing, with neither haste nor rest, toward the Occident.
We do shine on occasions, we people of the Occident, but the Burmese shine all the time.
Indeed, no thinking Christian of the Occident for a moment accepts it.
Difference in the Religions of the Orient and the Occident, 20.
Tekké-Turkoman rugs are sold in the Occident under the name of Bokharas.
But modesty in a stricter sense than that accepted in the Occident.
late 14c., "western part" (of the heavens or earth), from Old French occident (12c.) or directly from Latin occidentem (nominative occidens) "western sky, sunset, part of the sky in which the sun sets," noun use of adjective meaning "setting," from present participle of occidere "fall down, go down" (see occasion (n.)).