Definition of Steatopygous

1. a. Having fat buttocks.



Definition of Steatopygous

1. Adjective. Pertaining to steatopygia; having fat or prominent buttocks. ¹

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Definition of Steatopygous

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steatopygous

stearyl
steatite
steatites
steatitic
steatocystoma
steatohepatitis
steatoma
steatomas
steatomata
steatomatous
steatopyga
steatopygia
steatopygian
steatopygias
steatopygic
steatopygous (current term)
steatorrheas
steatosis
steatotic
steaven
steccherino
sted
stedd
stedde
stedded
steddes
steddied
steddies

Literary usage of Steatopygous

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... the Bushman races, comprising Hottentots and Bushmen—yellow skin, steatopygous, small stature, dolichocephalic; B. Hair frizzly or wavy. ..."

2. Ancient Britain and the Invasions of Julius Caesar by Thomas Rice Holmes (1907)
"It has been maintained that another— the so-called steatopygous—race existed in Gaul in late ... If any reader does not know the meaning of ' steatopygous', ..."

3. Primitive Art in Egypt by Jean Capart (1905)
"steatopygous Clay Figures. Ashmolean Museum . . . 161 ,, 124. ... steatopygous Figure in Clay (complete). Berlin Museum . . 163 ,, 126. Clay Female Figure. ..."

4. Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders by Thomas Eric Peet (1912)
"In the first place it has been suggested that they represent women of a steatopygous type, like the modern Bushwomen, and that this race was in early days ..."

5. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"At that time we find a race of European type starting on a continuous career, but with remains of a steatopygous race of "Bushman" ..."

6. Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom by Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) (1897)
"These have the steatopygous form, with the enormous thighs and great lumbar curve which are so characteristic of the ..."

7. The Origin and Evolution of the Human Dentition by William King Gregory (1922)
"Stature very short; steatopygous. An ancient but specialized offshoot of the negroid stock; possibly represented in the Upper Palaeolithic of France by ..."

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