[fee-seez] /ˈfi siz/
noun, (used with a plural verb)
waste matter discharged from the intestines through the anus; excrement.
the usual US spelling of faeces
also faeces, c.1400, “dregs,” from Latin faeces “sediment, dregs,” plural of faex (genitive faecis) “grounds, sediment, lees, dregs,” of unknown origin. Specific sense of “human excrement” is from 1630s.
feces fe·ces (fē’sēz)
The matter that is discharged from the bowel during defecation; excrement. Also called stercus.
Waste matter eliminated from the intestinal tract.
Excrement; the waste material that is passed to the outside from the rectum through the anus.
[fekh-nuh r] /ˈfɛx nər/ noun 1. Gustav Theodor [goo s-tahf tey-aw-dawr] /ˈgʊs tɑf ˈteɪ ɔˌdɔr/ (Show IPA), 1801–87, German physicist, psychologist, and philosopher. /German ˈfɛçnər/ noun 1. Gustav Theodor (ˈɡʊstaf ˈteːodoːr). 1801–87, German physicist, philosopher, and psychologist, noted particularly for his work on psychophysics, Elemente der Psychophysik (1860) Fechner Fech·ner (fěk’nər, fěKH’-), Gustav Theodor. 1801-1887. […]
- Fechner-weber law
Fechner-Weber law n. See Weber-Fechner law.
[fey-kit; English fee-sit] /ˈfeɪ kɪt; English ˈfi sɪt/ verb, Latin. 1. he made (it); she made (it): formerly used on works of art after the name of the artist. Abbreviation: fe., fec. /ˈfeɪkɪt/ uknown 1. (he or she) made it: used formerly on works of art next to the artist’s name fec.
/fɛk/ noun 1. (Scot, obsolete) /fɛk/ verb, noun, interjection 1. (slang) a variant of (taboo) fuck