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filth (n.)

Old English fylð "uncleanness, impurity, foulness," from Proto-Germanic *fulitho (source also of Old Saxon fulitha "foulness, filth," Dutch vuilte, Old High German fulida), noun derivative of *fulo- "foul" (see foul (adj.)). A classic case of i-mutation.

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Definitions of filth from WordNet

filth (n.)
any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant;
Synonyms: crud / skank
filth (n.)
the state of being covered with unclean things;
Synonyms: dirt / grime / soil / stain / grease / grunge
filth (n.)
a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse;
Synonyms: filthiness / foulness / nastiness
filth (n.)
an offensive or indecent word or phrase;
Synonyms: obscenity / smut / vulgarism / dirty word
From wordnet.princeton.edu