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rump

 [rump]
the buttock or gluteal region.

rump

(rump) the buttock or gluteal region.

rump

(rŭmp)
n.
1. The fleshy hindquarters of an animal.
2. The buttocks.
3. The part of a bird's back nearest the tail.

rump

The buttocks.

rump

the gluteal region; the region around the pelvis, hindquarters, buttocks.

goose rump
a very steep slope to the back over the pelvis.
References in classic literature ?
The Arab passed beneath the overhanging bough, there was a slight rustling of the leaves above, the horse snorted and plunged as a brown-skinned creature dropped upon its rump.
Korak gave an exclamation of astonishment and approval as Numa landed upon the pony's rump and at the same instant the girl swung free of her mount to the branches of a tree above her.
You know them, Tara of Helium; they can tell you exactly what they had at the midday meal two weeks ago, and how the loin of the thoat should be prepared, and what drink should be served with the rump of the zitidar.
Follow my Lady Mary, and see that she comes to my father's castle in safety," and raising her riding whip she struck Mary's palfrey across the rump so that the animal nearly unseated his fair rider as he leaped frantically to one side and started madly up the road down which they had come.
The stallion was last, and with a prodigious leap, the lion catapulted through the air to seize him; but the snapping twig had robbed Numa of his dinner, though his mighty talons raked the zebra's glossy rump, leaving four crimson bars across the beautiful coat.