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Date: 1900-2000
Origin: Perhaps from poo-poo, or from poop copying the sound of farting (18-20 centuries).

poop

1 noun
     
Related topics: Babies
poop1
1 [uncountable] American English informalDHB solid waste from the bowels [= poo British English]
2 [singular] American English informalDHB the act of passing waste from the bowels [= poo British English]

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