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A room or apparatus for urination , defecation and personal hygiene.

ETYMOLOGY: Came into the English language originally in the 14 th century as a vessel for washing, derived from the Latin lavare, to wash.

See Also: bunko booth, cludgie, cottage, cottaging, drive the porcelain bus, dunny, greenhouse, house of ease, house of office, lavvy, lay, moll about in the head, necessary house, privy house, public convenience, shit-house, spend a penny, T-room queen, talking down the great white telephone, tea engagement, tea room queen, teahouse of the August moon, tearoom queen

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