fecal matter, faecal matter, feces, faeces, BM, stool, ordure, dejection(noun)
solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
Digested waste material discharged from the bowels; excrement.
Origin: From faeces, nominative plural of faex.
dregs; sediment; excrement. See FAeces
Feces, faeces, or fæces, also known as excrement, is a waste product from an animal's digestive tract expelled through the anus or cloaca during a process called defecation.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
Fecal. See Fæces, Fæcal.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Excrement from the INTESTINES, containing unabsorbed solids, waste products, secretions, and BACTERIA of the DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
The solid matter excreted from the body of an animal, human, vertebrate or mammal.
Feces is a natural biological matter excreted by the body of an animal, human, vertebrate or mammal.
The numerical value of feces in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of feces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I was literally covered in feces, are you kidding me? Who wants that?
It was trash dump in that house, there were feces all over the floor and even in the refrigerator.
They found the conditions in a word I can only say deplorable, between roaches and other insects, mold and fungus, no food inside the residence, animal feces.
Many guests visit the restaurant every day and there are more and more returned customers, most visit to satisy their curiosity -- they want to know what feces taste like. Some use it as a penalty game. Many customers return because they enjoy seeing other guests' reaction.
There was no air conditioning. There was no water in any of the water buckets. The litter boxes had zero litter. It was just feces that was in them. Police and animal control officials initially received a call from neighbors complaining about the smell coming from the home. When they first arrived, authorities told FOX4 they found a van in the driveway filled with dogs. When officials arrived they said they found a van filled with dogs. ( FOX4 News) The van was not running. The windows were rolled up and just cracked a tiny little bit, there were 14 crates full of animals inside. Sandy Shelby said authorities are investigating whether the homeowner got the animals from various shelters with the intention of rescuing them. I think that people start out with good intentions, I really do.
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Translations for feces
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- براز, سلح, روث, بعر, زبل, فضلات, البرازArabic
- фека́ліі, кал, спаражне́ння, экскрыме́нтыBelarusian
- екскреме́нти, фека́лии, изпражнениеBulgarian
- výkal, stoliceCzech
- Kot, FäkalienGerman
- κόπρανα, σκατά, περιττώματαGreek
- fekaalid, roeEstonian
- پهن, گه, ان, مدفوع, برازPersian
- fèces, excrémentFrench
- मल, टट्टीHindi
- széklet, ürülékHungarian
- կղանք, կղկղանք, արտաթորանքArmenian
- 糞便, 大便, 糞, うんこ, うんちJapanese
- განავალი, ფეკალიაGeorgian
- 똥, 뒤Korean
- ອຸດຈາຣະ, ອາຈົມ, ຂີ້Lao
- екскреме́нт, и́зметMacedonian
- မစင်, ချေးBurmese
- faeces, uitwerpselenDutch
- chąąʼNavajo, Navaho
- экскремент, кал, испражнение, фека́лииRussian
- izmet, изметSerbo-Croatian
- iztrebek, blatoSlovene
- avföring, träckSwedish
- саргин, наҷосатTajik
- อาจม, อุจจาระ, ขี้Thai
- tae, dumiTagalog
- kaka, bok, dışkı, pislik, fışkıTurkish
- фека́лії, ви́порожнення, екскреме́нти, калUkrainian
- پا خانه, باٹھرومUrdu
- axlat, najas, kal, tezakUzbek
- cặn, chất lắng, phânVietnamese
- crotes, petale, flate, polene, crotin, caca, stron, pecale, crotaleWalloon
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