coprozoa cop·ro·zo·a (kŏp’rə-zō’ə)
Protozoa that can be cultivated in fecal matter, but do not necessarily live in feces within the intestine.
/ˌkɒprəʊˈzəʊɪk/ adjective 1. (of animals) living in dung
[kop] /kɒp/ verb (used with object), copped, copping. Informal. 1. to catch; nab. 2. to steal; filch. 3. to buy (narcotics). Verb phrases 4. cop out, Idioms 5. cop a plea, [kop] /kɒp/ noun, Informal. 1. a police officer. 2. a person who seeks to regulate a specified behavior, activity, practice, etc.: character cops. [kop] […]
noun 1. a children’s game in which a group of players imitate the behavior of police and of thieves, as in pursuing and capturing.
[kops] /kɒps/ noun 1. a thicket of small trees or bushes; a small wood. /kɒps/ noun 1. another word for coppice (sense 1) n. 1570s, “small wood grown for purposes of periodic cutting,” contraction of coppice.