bestiality


noun, plural bes·ti·al·i·ties.

  1. brutish or beastly character or behavior; beastliness.
  2. indulgence in beastlike appetites, instincts, impulses, etc.
  3. an instance of bestial character or behavior.
  4. sexual relations between a person and an animal; sodomy.

noun plural -ties

  1. bestial behaviour, character, or action
  2. sexual activity between a person and an animal
n.

late 14c., “the nature of beasts,” from bestial + -ity. Meaning “indulgence in beastly instincts” is from 1650s; sense of “sexual activity with a beast” is from 1611 (KJV).

n.

  1. The quality or condition of being an animal or like an animal.
  2. Conduct or an action marked by depravity or brutality.
  3. Sexual relations between a human and an animal.

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