dung


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dung

 (dŭng)
n.
1.
a. The excrement of animals.
b. Manure.
2. Something foul or abhorrent.
tr.v. dunged, dung·ing, dungs
To fertilize (land) with manure.

[Middle English, from Old English.]

dung′y adj.

dung

(dʌŋ)
n
1. (Zoology)
a. excrement, esp of animals; manure
b. (as modifier): dung cart.
2. something filthy
vb
(Agriculture) (tr) to cover (ground) with manure
[Old English: prison; related to Old High German tunc cellar roofed with dung, Old Norse dyngja manure heap]
ˈdungy adj

dung

(dʌŋ)

n.
1. excrement; manure.
v.t.
2. to cover (ground) with dung.
[before 1000; Middle English, Old English; c. Old Frisian dung, Middle Dutch dung(e), Old High German tunga manuring]
dung′y, adj.

dung


Past participle: dunged
Gerund: dunging

Imperative
dung
dung
Present
I dung
you dung
he/she/it dungs
we dung
you dung
they dung
Preterite
I dunged
you dunged
he/she/it dunged
we dunged
you dunged
they dunged
Present Continuous
I am dunging
you are dunging
he/she/it is dunging
we are dunging
you are dunging
they are dunging
Present Perfect
I have dunged
you have dunged
he/she/it has dunged
we have dunged
you have dunged
they have dunged
Past Continuous
I was dunging
you were dunging
he/she/it was dunging
we were dunging
you were dunging
they were dunging
Past Perfect
I had dunged
you had dunged
he/she/it had dunged
we had dunged
you had dunged
they had dunged
Future
I will dung
you will dung
he/she/it will dung
we will dung
you will dung
they will dung
Future Perfect
I will have dunged
you will have dunged
he/she/it will have dunged
we will have dunged
you will have dunged
they will have dunged
Future Continuous
I will be dunging
you will be dunging
he/she/it will be dunging
we will be dunging
you will be dunging
they will be dunging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dunging
you have been dunging
he/she/it has been dunging
we have been dunging
you have been dunging
they have been dunging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dunging
you will have been dunging
he/she/it will have been dunging
we will have been dunging
you will have been dunging
they will have been dunging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dunging
you had been dunging
he/she/it had been dunging
we had been dunging
you had been dunging
they had been dunging
Conditional
I would dung
you would dung
he/she/it would dung
we would dung
you would dung
they would dung
Past Conditional
I would have dunged
you would have dunged
he/she/it would have dunged
we would have dunged
you would have dunged
they would have dunged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dung - fecal matter of animalsdung - fecal matter of animals    
buffalo chip, cow chip, cow dung, chip - a piece of dried bovine dung
coprolite - fossil excrement; petrified dung
faecal matter, faeces, fecal matter, feces, ordure, BM, dejection, stool - solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
pigeon droppings - droppings of pigeons
cow pie, cowpie - fecal matter of a cow
Verb1.dung - fertilize or dress with dung; "you must dung the land"
fertilize, fertilise, feed - provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to; "We should fertilize soil if we want to grow healthy plants"
2.dung - defecate; used of animals
ca-ca, crap, defecate, take a crap, take a shit, shit, stool, make - have a bowel movement; "The dog had made in the flower beds"

dung

noun manure, compost, fertilizer, droppings, muck, excrement, ordure two ox-carts laden with dung
Translations
رَوْث، بَعْر الحَيوانات
hnůj
møgnaturgødninggødning
lannoittaalanta
trágya
mykja, taî, skítur
mėšlas
mēslimēslojums
hnoj

dung

[dʌŋ]
A. N [of horse, camel etc] → excrementos mpl; (as manure) → estiércol m
B. CPD dung beetle Nescarabajo m pelotero

dung

[ˈdʌŋ] n [animal] → fumier m

dung

nDung m; (of birds)Dreck m; (Agr: = manure) → Mist m, → Dünger m
vt fielddüngen, misten

dung

:
dung beetle
nMistkäfer m
dung cart
nMistkarren m

dung

:
dung fork
nMistgabel f
dung heap, dunghill
nMist- or Dunghaufen m

dung

[dʌŋ] n (of horse, cow) → sterco; (as manure) → letame m, concime m

dung

(daŋ) noun
the waste matter passed out of an animal's body, especially when used as manure.
References in classic literature ?
It was too dark in these storage places to see well, but a man could run his hand over these piles of meat and sweep off handfuls of the dried dung of rats.
Ay," said Sancho; "it must be that some of your worship's shrewdness sticks to me; land that, of itself, is barren and dry, will come to yield good fruit if you dung it and till it; what I mean is that your worship's conversation has been the dung that has fallen on the barren soil of my dry wit, and the time I have been in your service and society has been the tillage; and with the help of this I hope to yield fruit in abundance that will not fall away or slide from those paths of good breeding that your worship has made in my parched understanding.
When I had done this I hid it under dung, which was lying about all over the cave, and told the men to cast lots which of them should venture along with myself to lift it and bore it into the monster's eye while he was asleep.
But Ajax took the ox and stood with his hand on one of its horns, spitting the dung out of his mouth.
Then Aramis himself took the horse by the bridle, and led him over some dung spread in the yard, with the evident intention of suppressing noise.
THE plains over which the travellers were journeying continued to be destitute of trees or even shrubs; insomuch that they had to use the dung of the buffalo for fuel, as the Arabs of the desert use that of the camel.
On the morrow, two leagues from Reims, on a heath between Gueux and Tilloy, the remains of a large fire were found, some ribbons which had belonged to Paquette's child, drops of blood, and the dung of a ram.
The huge courtyard of the Rostovs' house was littered with wisps of hay and with dung from the horses, and not a soul was to be seen there.
This is partly owing to the dung of a vast multitude of seafowl, and partly to a coating of a hard glossy substance with a pearly lustre, which is intimately united to the surface of the rocks.
Millions who never knew him shall love him like a father--this man whom the last few that knew him dealt with like dung.
There was the warm, steamy smell of dung when the frozen door was opened, and the cows, astonished at the unfamiliar light of the lantern, stirred on the fresh straw.
Dung pads were completely degraded by Day 60, with almost half of the pads completely degraded by Day 40.