cludgie

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Uncertain, but probably from closet (private room; outhouse), possibly compounded with lodge (building) and -ie (forming affectionate diminutives).[1] Or simply onomatopoeic, from the sound of the flushing.

Noun[edit]

cludgie (plural cludgies)

  1. (Scotland slang) A lavatory: a room intended for urination and defecation.
  2. (Scotland slang) A toilet: a fixture intended for urination and defecation.

Usage notes[edit]

Originally and chiefly in the Glasgow area.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "cludgie, n." in the Oxford English Dictionary (2013), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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