excretal

excreta

[ik-skree-tuh]
noun (usually used with a plural verb)
excreted matter, as urine, feces, or sweat.

Origin:
1855–60; < Latin excrēta things sifted out or separated, neuter plural of excrētus; see excrete

excretal, adjective
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excreta (ɪkˈskriːtə)
 
pl n
waste matter, such as urine, faeces, or sweat, discharged from the body; excrement
 
[C19: New Latin, from Latin excernere to excrete]
 
ex'cretal
 
adj

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excreta ex·cre·ta (ĭk-skrē'tə)
pl.n.
Waste matter, such as sweat or feces, discharged from the body.


ex·cre'tal adj.
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