The hinder part posteriors or rump of someone or pet
- along side it of an object that's opposite its front
- the fleshy an element of the body you sit on
- The impede component, posteriors, or rump of one or pet.
In English law. A term previously used in conveyances also In pleading; it imports a yard at the back section of or behind a property, and that belong thereto.
c.1400, from straight back (adj.) + part (n.). In the certain feeling of "rump, bottom" it's first recorded c.1500.
To drive with one's back once again to the trend. (sport: Surfing)
(letter.) The hinder component, posteriors, or rump of an individual or pet.
He carried her about a hundred yards and then set her on her feet, slapping her backside with a sting that brought tears to her eyes.