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hei·nie

 (hī′nē)
n. Slang
The buttocks.

[Alteration of hinder.]
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heinie

(ˈhaɪnɪ)
n
(Anatomy) slang US buttocks; bottom
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hei•nie

(ˈhaɪ ni)

n. Slang.
the buttocks.
[1935–40; alter. of hinder2]
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