Well, TS SaaHib, I can tell you that the ones below are used by us:There seem to be at least have a dozen words for excrement aka faeces in Platts. Which are the common ones used? And is there a difference between them?
In Urdu and Colloquial Hindi گو गू gū is and has been widely used to mean excrement of both humans and animals but there are other words as well as, mentioned above. Yes, one can use biiT for bird droppings too but we also us guu because it is a general term.We use guu only for excreta of dogs, etc., and it is a highly vulgar word for us! As for biiT, we also use it for bird droppings (or, rather, for all tiny excreta kinds).
We use chhii-chhii too for faeces when talking to children but it can also mean just any dirt or filth - more than one usage. chhii by itself is also used and can mean dirt, filth etc. or just used as an interjection to express disgust.
nah puuchho kuchh GhariiboN ke makaaN kiiWell, TS SaaHib, I can tell you that the ones below are used by us:
گُو guu (masc.) (has the variant: hagguu !) - most general meaning and therefore most common in our speech and preferred to TaTTii the usage of which we consider a bit rude! [ٹَٹّی TaTTii also has a different meaning of a screen made of reed or bamboo, etc.][...]
"davaa kii puRiyaa takiye ke niiche, joshaande kii degchii sarhaane rakhii hu'ii, chaar-paa'ii se milaa hu'aa baul-o-baraaz kaa bartan..."Well, TS SaaHib, I can tell you that the ones below are used by us:
بول و براز baul o baraaz (masc.) or just baraaz, given that baul = urine - frequent usage in literary circles in place of the more common ones above, since baraaz (= shit) is considered more formal and so polite![...]
It is quite understandable that Rasheed A. Siddiqui opted to use baul-o-baraaz instead of hag-muut ! The former sounds less offensive for obvious reasons. In some circles baul-o-baraaz would be far more common even in daily speech than the latter."davaa kii puRiyaa takiye ke niiche, joshaande kii degchii sarhaane rakhii hu'ii, chaar-paa'ii se milaa hu'aa baul-o-baraaz kaa bartan..."
From "chaar-paa'ii" by Rasheed Ahmed Siddiqui (1896-1977)