coprophil

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cop·ro·phil

, coprophiliccoprophile (kop'rō-fil, -fil'ik, kop'rō-fīl),
1. Denoting microorganisms occurring in fecal matter.
2. Relating to coprophilia.
[see coprophilia]
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coprophile

Biology
An organism that feeds or derives part or all of its nutrients from faeces or dung.
 
Sexology
A person whose sexuoeroticism hinges on fantasies and/or sexual acts involving faeces.
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cop·ro·phil

, coprophilic (kop'rō-fil, -fil'ik)
1. Denoting microorganisms occurring in fecal matter.
2. Relating to coprophilia.
See: coprophilia
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012