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        fèn, [糞], manure/dung
便         fènbiàn, [糞便], excrement/feces/night soil
        fènkēng, [糞坑], latrine pit/cesspit
        huàfènchí, [化糞池], septic tank
        dàfèn, [大糞], human excrement/night soil (human manure traditionally used as agricultural fert...
        fèntǔ, [糞土], dirty soil/dung/muck
        fènféi, [糞肥], manure/dung
        dàofèn, [倒糞], to turn over manure/fig. to offend others by endlessly repeating unpleasant rema...
        pēnfèn, [噴糞], to talk crap/to be full of shit
        chángfèn, [嘗糞], to taste a patient's excrement (a form of medical examination, seen as an act of...
        bāfèn, [扒糞], muckraking/to stir up scandal/to expose (corruption)
        mǎnzuǐpēnfèn, [滿嘴噴糞], to talk bullshit
        shēngchùfèn, [牲畜糞], animal manure
        fèndàng, [糞凼], cesspool/cesspit
尿         fènniào, [糞尿], feces and urine/excreta/human or animal waste
        fènpá, [糞耙], manure rake
        fèncǎo, [糞草], trash/garbage
        fènqū, [糞蛆], muckworm
        fèndào, [糞道], coprodeum (in birds)
        fènjīnguī, [糞金龜], dung beetle
        fènjīnguīzǐ, [糞金龜子], dung beetle
        fènchú, [糞除], (literary) to clean up
        fènqīng, [糞青], shit youth/used satirically against 憤青|愤青 which shares the same sound/see also 憤...
        tāifèn, [胎糞], meconium
        shìrúfèntǔ, [視如糞土], to look upon as dirt/considered worthless
        mǎfènzhǐ, [馬糞紙], strawboard
        xiānhuāchāzàiniúfènshàng, [鮮花插在牛糞上], lit. a bunch of flowers poked into a pile of manure/fig. a terrible shame (as wh...
        niǎofèn, [鳥糞], guano/bird excrement

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