birdbath

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From bird +‎ bath.

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birdbath (plural birdbaths)

  1. A shallow basin, sometimes ornamental, filled with water for wild birds to drink from or bathe in.
  2. Random, inconsequential amounts of residual water on a roof membrane.

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