sb. WestEtymology: Anglo-French occident; Latin occidentem, pr. p. of occidere, to set (of the sun).

n. The part of the world lying west (or east) of the Orient. It is largely inhabited by Christians, a powerful subtribe of the Hypocrites, whose principal industries are murder and cheating, which they are pleased to call "war" and "commerce." These, also, are the principal industries of the Orient.