scatology

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From Ancient Greek σκῶρ (skôr, excrement) + -ology.

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scatology (plural scatologies)

  1. The scientific study, or the chemical analysis of faeces.
  2. A filthy epithet.
    • 2008, Daniel Bernardi, The Persistence of Whiteness
      ...lingo of the streets with its spewed out scatologies and its anti-womanist rhetoric of "hoes and bitches" — all so evocative of life in the ghetto...

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