x_{1} is posterior/behind/back/in the rear of x_{2} which faces/in-frame-of-reference x_{3}.

Also: x_{3} is the standard of orientation for x_{2}; spine (= rixybo'u, rixybo'ukamju).
See also crane, rebla, mlana, pritu, zunle.

- crane
- x
_{1}is anterior/ahead/forward/(in/on) the front of x_{2}which faces/in-frame-of-reference x_{3}. - mlana
- x
_{1}is to the side of/lateral to x_{2}and facing x_{3}from point of view/in-frame-of-reference x_{4}. - pritu
- x
_{1}is to the right/right-hand side of x_{2}which faces/in-frame-of-reference x_{3}. - rebla
- x
_{1}is a/the tail/appendix [body-part] of x_{2}; [metaphor: trailing, following portion/appendage]. - zunle
- x
_{1}is to the left/left-hand side of x_{2}which faces/in-frame-of-reference x_{3}. - rixybakfu
- t
_{1}=b_{1}contains b_{2}wrapped with b_{3}to be hauled on the back of t_{2}. - rixyselsrustu
- x
_{1}is the backyard of x_{2}, enclosed by x_{3} - ti'ekla
- k
_{1}withdraws to k_{2}from origin k_{3}=t_{2}via route k_{4}using means/vehicle k_{5}. - ti'erbi'o
- b
_{1}gets behind t_{2}. - vinti'e
- x
_{1}is (in) the background of x_{2}by frame of reference x_{3} - bekpi
- x
_{1}is the 'back', dorsum of body x_{2}