Did you notice any holes below the occiput, say, in this area below here?
He then dashed in and uppercut his opponent severely on the occiput.
Upon the occiput the feathers are elongated and form a small crest.
See these peculiarities in the frontal sinus—in sinciput or occiput!
His forehead was lofty and unfurrowed; his head long, the occiput feeble.
His hand went to the back of his head and patted his occiput—a gesture frequent with him.
The infection tends to spread in every direction, more especially upwards along the parietal region and towards the occiput.
There is one of these on the occiput that is in a triangular shape.
It is laterally bounded by the hind part of the eyes and the temples; and posteriorly, where that part exists, by the occiput.
Then the small occipital, distributed to the ear and to the occiput.
occiput oc·ci·put (ŏk'sə-pŭt', -pət)
n. pl. oc·ci·puts or oc·cip·i·ta (ŏk-sĭp'ĭ-tə)
The back part of the head or skull.