containing, or having the nature of, feces; filthy; foul
Origin of feculentMiddle English ; from Classical Latin faeculentus ; from faecula, diminutive ; from faex: see feces
Full of foul or impure matter; fecal.
Origin of feculentMiddle English, from Latin faeculentus, heavy with sediment, from faex, faec-, dregs.
(comparative more feculent, superlative most feculent)
OriginSee also: féculent
From Middle French féculent, from Latin faeculentus, from faex.