Origin of derrièreFr, back part, rear, origin, originally adv., behind from Late Latin deretro from Classical Latin de retro from de, from + retro, back: see retro-
The buttocks; the rear.
Origin of derriereFrench behind from Old French deriere in back of from Vulgar Latin dē retrō Latin dē from, of ; see de- . Latin retrō back ; see retro- .
- Frilled: Frilled shorts are not for everyone, but if you are a bit concerned that your derriere doesn't look as round or as curved as you'd like it, frills along the back of the short will definitely plump that area up in a delectable way.
- The boy brief or boy short also eliminates the derriere seams of traditional panties, but can create awkward lines around the thighs; sometimes this result can make the legs look like stuffed sausages.
- Coincidentally, that also meant they were focusing on "...every taut derriere muscle of each female Olympic beach volleyball athlete," according to Theresa Thomas of the The Catholic Exchange.
- Keep in mind that the strings and elastic bands used in these swimsuits give you a bit of leeway in the size you choose, so sizing is actually more about how much derriere you want to bare.
- Thongs provide less coverage than a panty and sacrifice the back portion of the panty in order to remove any visible lines that are created by the derriere seams of underpants.