floc

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Noun[edit]

floc (countable and uncountable, plural flocs)

  1. An alternative word for floccule. A soft or fluffy particle suspended in a liquid or the fluffy mass of suspended particles so formed. Floc may be mineral as for clay, chemical as in water treatment or biological as in sewage treatment.

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin floccus.

Noun[edit]

floc m (plural floci)

  1. floc, floccule
  2. tuft (of hair)
  3. flock (of wool)
  4. (slang) pubic hair

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This word can also function in the neuter gender, with the plural form floace.

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