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From Old French estront, from Frankish *strunt, from Proto-Germanic *strunt- (stump), from *strent- (to be stiff), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ter- (stiff). Compare Dutch stront (feces, turd), West Frisian stront, English strunt (tail), Middle High German strunze (stump), dialectal Swedish strunt (a bud, sprout, offshoot).

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étron m (plural étrons)

  1. turd, crap, fecal matter
    • 1785, Donatien Alphonse François de Sade, Les 120 journées de Sodome, ou l'École du libertinage
      Il se fait foutre et fouetter alternativement par deux hommes, pendant qu'il encule un jeune garçon et qu'un vieux lui fait dans sa bouche un étron qu'il mange.
      He got fucked and whipped in turn by two men, while he buggered a young boy and an old man did a turd in his mouth, which he ate.

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