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Copropraxia is involuntarily performing obscene or forbidden gestures. Copropraxia comes from the Greek κόπρος meaning "feces" and πράξις meaning "action". Copropraxia is a rare characteristic of Tourette syndrome.

A related term is coprolalia, referring to involuntary swearing.[1]


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  1. Coprolalia. Dictionary.com, Accessed 21 November 2006.

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