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Can you help me unscramble this french word callipygeophile

  • French -

    If it is spelled correctly and you are looking for ONE word, no I can't think what it could be at the moment.

    Sra (aka Mme)

    P.S. You might direct it specifically to Mathmate.

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    Callipyge means a person with a curved back making his "ass" backwards. Black women often are called callipyge. The origin of the word is fromm greek language
    look on wikipedia.fr for a picture of venus callipyge. in greek, kalli = beau and pygos = fesse, ass of back in english. and for the second part of the word, phile comes from greek too and means "who like this". exemple: a "cinephile" is a person who like motion pictures.
    Hope this helps you!
    Hervé

  • French -

    A little mistyping:
    "kalli = beau and pygos = fesse, ass or back in english."

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