MEANING: noun: A mark made by someone falling backward in the snow.

ETYMOLOGY: From German sitzen (to sit) + mark. Earliest documented use: 1935. Two related words are sitzfleisch and sitzkrieg.

USAGE: Hed practically worn a sitzmark in the concrete there, so fond was he of that particular fishing hole.
Marthanne Shubert; A Woman to Blame; Uncial Press; 2009.

HITZMARK - is well and truly aimed

SITZMART - the best place in Berlin to buy chairs

SPITZMARK - how junk mail to a champion Olympic swimmer is addressed