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bawdiness
/ bɔːdinəs /

imenica

Množina reči bawdiness je bawdinesses.

Sinonimi:
lewdness · obscenity · salaciousness · salacity

Obscenity; lewdness.

befoulment

imenica

Množina reči befoulment je befoulments.

Sinonimi:
defilement · pollution

Sinonimi:
defilement · pollution

The state of being polluted; SYN. defilement, pollution.

carrion
/ keriən /

imenica

Množina reči carrion je carrions.

Sinonimi:

ETYM Old Eng. caroyne, Old Fren. caroigne, French charogne, Late Lat. caronia, from Latin caro flesh Cf. Crone, Crony.
1. Dead and rotting flesh; unfit for human food.
2. The dead and rotting body of an animal.

clabber
/ klæbʌr /

imenica

Množina reči clabber je clabbers.

Sinonimi:

Sinonimi:
· clot · curdle

Raw milk that has soured and thickened.
Chiefly dialect; Sour milk that has thickened or curdled.

clart

imenica

Množina reči clart je clarts.

clauber

imenica

Množina reči clauber je claubers.

crock
/ krɑːk /

imenica

Množina reči crock je crocks.

Sinonimi:
earthenware jar

Sinonimi:
carbon black · earthenware jar · lampblack · smut · soot

An earthen jar (made of baked clay); SYN. earthenware jar.

crud
/ krəd /

imenica

Množina reči crud je cruds.

Sinonimi:
filth · skank

Debris; muck.

daub
/ dɒb /

imenica

Množina reči daub je daubs.

Sinonimi:
blot · slur · smear · smirch · smudge · spot

1. An unskillful painting.
2. Material used to daub walls.

dirt
/ dɝːt /

imenica

dirt je nebrojiva imenica

Sinonimi:
filth · grime · soil · stain · grease

Sinonimi:
filth · grease · grime · grunge · malicious gossip · scandal · soil · stain

ETYM Old Eng. drit; kin to Icel. drit excrement, drîta to dung, od. drijten to dung, as. gedrîtan.
The state of being covered with unclean things; SYN. filth, grime, soil, stain, grease.
A filthy or soiling substance (as mud, dust, or grime) c archaic; something worthless.

dirtiness
/ dɜːtɪnɪs /

imenica

Množina reči dirtiness je dirtinesses.

Sinonimi:
uncleanness

Sinonimi:
smuttiness · uncleanness

1. The state of being unsanitary; SYN. uncleanness.
2. The state of containing dirty impurities.

dung
/ dəŋ /

imenica

Množina reči dung je dungs.

Sinonimi:
droppings · muck

ETYM AS. dung; akin to German dung, dünger, Old High Germ. tunga, Swed. dynga; cf. Icel. dyngja heap, Dan. dynge, Mid. High Germ. tunc underground dwelling place, orig., covered with dung. Related to Dingy.
The excrement of an animal.
Waste matter excreted by living animals. Dung may also serve as a marker through the addition of scents from the anal glands, whether for determining territorial boundaries or as an indication of status within a group.
Some animals, such as rabbits, may reingest dung immediately after excretion and continue digesting it, a process known as refection. In addition to being broken down by bacteria, animal dung provides food for many invertebrates, especially beetles and flies, and provides a habitat for certain species of fungi and plants such as stinging nettles.
Australia's 22 million cattle produce 120 million hectares of dung annually according to estimates 1995.

filth
/ fɪlθ /

imenica

Množina reči filth je filths.

Sinonimi:
filthiness · foulness · nastiness

Sinonimi:
crud · dirt · dirty word · filthiness · foulness · grease · grime · grunge · nastiness · obscenity · skank · smut · soil · stain · vulgarism

ETYM Old Eng. filthe, fulthe, AS. fileth;, from fűl foul; akin to Old High Germ. fűlida. Related to Foul, File.
A state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse; SYN. filthiness, foulness, nastiness.

grime
/ ɡraɪm /

imenica

Množina reči grime je grimes.

Sinonimi:
dirt · filth · grease · grunge · soil · stain

ETYM Cf. Dan. grim, griim, lampblack, soot, grime, Icel. grîma mask, sort of hood, OD. grijmsel, grimsel, soot, smut, and Eng. grimace.
Dirt; any filthy matter, esp. if it is gritty and has been rubbed in or deeply ingrained.

hoggishness

imenica

Množina reči hoggishness je hoggishnesses.

Sinonimi:
greediness · piggishness

mess
/ mes /

imenicagramatika

Množina reči mess je messes.

Sinonimi:
messiness · muss · mussiness · mess hall

Sinonimi:
batch · deal · fix · flock · good deal · great deal · hatful · heap · hole · jam · kettle of fish · lot · mass · mess hall · messiness · mickle · mint · muckle · muddle · muss · mussiness · peck · pickle · pile · plenty · pot · quite a little · raft · sight · slew · spate · stack · tidy sum · wad · whole lot · whole sle

ETYM Old Eng. mes, Old Fren. mets, Late Lat. missum, p. p. of mittere to put, place (e.g., on the table), Latin mittere to send. Related to Mission, Mass religious service.
(Irregular plural: messes).
1. A state of confusion and disorderliness; SYN. messiness, muss, mussiness.
2. A (large) military dining room where service personnel eat or relax; SYN. mess hall.
3. A meal eaten by service personnel.
4. Soft semiliquid food.

muck
/ mək /

imenica

Množina reči muck je mucks.

Sinonimi:
droppings · dung · goo · gook · guck · gunk · ooze · slime · sludge

ETYM Icel. myki; akin to Dutch mög. Related to Midden.
1. Mud and filth.
2. Vegetable mold mixed with earth, as found in low, damp places and swamps.
3. Anything filthy or vile.

obscenity
/ əbsenəti /

imenica

Množina reči obscenity je obscenities.

Sinonimi:
vulgarism · lewdness · bawdiness · salaciousness · salacity

Sinonimi:
bawdiness · dirty word · filth · lewdness · salaciousness · salacity · smut · vulgarism

ETYM Latin obscentias: cf.French obscénité.
1. An obscene act.
2. Obscene word or phrase; SYN. vulgarism.
3. The trait of behaving in an obscene manner; SYN. lewdness, bawdiness, salaciousness, salacity.

raunch

imenica

Množina reči raunch je raunches.

Sinonimi:
coarseness · commonness · grossness · vulgarism · vulgarity

Vulgarity, lewdness

smut
/ smət /

imenica

Množina reči smut je smuts.

Sinonimi:
smut fungus

Sinonimi:
carbon black · crock · dirty word · erotica · filth · lampblack · obscenity · porn · porno · pornography · smut fungus · soot · vulgarism

ETYM Akin to Swed. smuts, Dan. smuds, Mid. High Germ. smuz, German schmutz, Dutch smet a spot or stain, smoddig, smodsig, smodderig, dirty, smodderen to smut; and probably to Eng. smite. Related to Smite, Smitt, Smutch.
1. Any fungus of the order Usrilaginales; SYN. smut fungus.
2. Destructive diseases of plants (especially cereal grasses) caused by fungi that produce black powdery masses of spores.
In botany, any parasitic fungus of the order Ustilaginales, which infects flowering plants, particularly cereal grasses.

soil
/ sɔɪl /

imenica

soil je nebrojiva imenica

Sinonimi:
dirt

Sinonimi:
dirt · filth · grease · grime · ground · grunge · land · stain · territory

The part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock; SYN. dirt.
Loose covering of broken rocky material and decaying organic matter overlying the bedrock of the Earth’s surface. Various types of soil develop under different conditions: deep soils form in warm wet climates and in valleys; shallow soils form in cool dry areas and on slopes. Pedology, the study of soil, is significant because of the relative importance of different soil types to agriculture.
The organic content of soil is widely variable, ranging from zero in some desert soils to almost 100% in peats.

squalor
/ skwɑːlər /

imenica

Množina reči squalor je squalors.

Sinonimi:
sordidness · squalidness

The quality or state of being squalid

vileness
/ vaɪlnəs /

imenica

Množina reči vileness je vilenesses.

Sinonimi:
loathsomeness · lousiness · nefariousness · repulsiveness · sliminess · ugliness · wickedness

The quality of that which is vile.

yuckiness

imenica

Množina reči yuckiness je yuckinesses.

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