dung

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Past participle of ding
To void excrement
To immerse or steep, as calico, in a bath of hot water containing cow dung, done to remove the superfluous mordant
Manure; animal excrement

The labourer at the dung cart is paid at 3d. or 4d. a day; and on one estate, Lullington, scattering dung is paid a 5d. the hundred heaps.

A type of manure, as from a particular species or type of animal
To fertilize with dung
To discard (especially rubbish); to chuck out
{v} to manure with dung
{n} soil, excrement
defecate; used of animals
(1 ) Used as manure (Luke 13: 8); collected outside the city walls (Neh 2: 13) Of sacrifices, burned outside the camp (Ex 29: 14; Lev 4: 11; 8: 17; Num 19: 5) To be "cast out as dung," a figurative expression (1 Kings 14: 10; 2 Kings 9: 37; Jer 8: 2; Ps 18: 42), meaning to be rejected as unprofitable
The excrement of an animal
– animal manure Solid waste material passed from the bowels of animals Scientists study dung to learn what animals and humans ate in the past
fertilize or dress with dung; "you must dung the land"
To immerse or steep, as calico, in a bath of hot water containing cow dung; done to remove the superfluous mordant
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Dung is faeces from animals, especially from large animals such as cattle and horses. solid waste from animals, especially cows
{i} manure, fertilizer, animal excrement
defecate; used of animals fertilize or dress with dung; "you must dung the land
fecal matter of animals
scumber
scarn
dung beetle
A type of beetle of the family Scarabaeidae noted for rolling dung into spherical balls and pushing it
dung beetles
plural form of dung beetle
dung heap
A mound of animal droppings for agricultural use
Dung Gate
gate in the Old City of Jerusalem (Israel)
dung beetle
type of beetle that feeds upon and breeds in animal excrement
dung beetle
any of numerous beetles that roll balls of dung on which they feed and in which they lay eggs
dung beetle
Any of various beetles of the family Scarabaeidae that form balls of dung on which they feed and in which they lay their eggs. Any member of one subfamily (Scarabaeinae) of scarab beetles, which shapes manure into a ball (sometimes as large as an apple) with its scooperlike head and paddle-shaped antennae. They vary from 0.2 to more than 1 in. (5-30 mm) long. In early summer it buries itself and the ball and feeds on it. Later in the season the female deposits eggs in dung balls, on which the larvae will later feed. They are usually round with short wing covers (elytra) that expose the end of the abdomen. They can eat more than their own weight in 24 hours and are considered helpful because they hasten the conversion of manure to substances usable by other organisms
chicken dung
chicken droppings
cow dung
a piece of dried bovine dung
dunged
past of dung
dunging
present participle of dung
dungs
plural of dung
dungs
third-person singular of dung
dung
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