The scientific name for that part of a fowl otherwise known as the pope’s nose or the bishop’s nose is uropygium. The Greek root of this word, pyge, meaning “rump,” is also found in the English adjectives callipygian, which means having a shapely butt, and dasypygal, which means having hairy buttocks. This is part of a complete episode.

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