latrine

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From French latrine ‎(latrine), from Latin lātrīna.

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latrine ‎(plural latrines)

  1. An open trench or pit used for urination and defecation.
  2. (military) Any facility or device used for urination or defecation, whether toilet, lavatory, or outhouse.
  3. (obsolete) A chamber pot.

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Dutch[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From French latrine ‎(latrine), from Latin lātrīna ‎(bath; toilet).

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latrine f ‎(plural latrines, diminutive latrinetje n)

  1. a very simple toilet facility, usually just a pit or trench; a latrine.

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latrine f

  1. plural of latrina

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