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Literally means 'having well-shaped buttocks.'
Derived from Greek kallos (beautiful) + pyge (tailbone,buttocks).
In sentence: 'He was such a callipygian behemoth that I felt an intense jealousy, and had no choice but to defenestrate him.'
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