Filth



[filth] /fɪlθ/

noun
1.
offensive or disgusting dirt or refuse; foul matter:
the filth dumped into our rivers.
2.
foul condition:
to live in filth.
3.
moral impurity, corruption, or obscenity.
4.
vulgar or obscene language or thought.
/fɪlθ/
noun
1.
foul or disgusting dirt; refuse
2.
extreme physical or moral uncleanliness; pollution
3.
vulgarity or obscenity, as in language
4.
(derogatory, slang) the filth, the police
n.

Old English fylð “uncleanness, impurity,” from Proto-Germanic *fulitho (cf. Old Saxon fulitha “foulness, filth,” Dutch vuilte, Old High German fulida), noun derivative of *fulo- “foul” (see foul (adj.)). A classic case of i-mutation.

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