- a basin for washing genitals and anal area
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Used for washing your posterior. It is floor mounted, usually next to a toilet.
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Bi·det' noun [ French bidet , perhaps from Celtic; cr. Gael. bideach very little, diminutive, bidein a diminutive animal, W. bidan a weakly or sorry wretch.] 1. A small horse formerly allowed to each trooper or dragoon for carrying his baggage. B. Jonson.
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A tub for a sitz bath, having also an attachment for giving vaginal or rectal infusions. ... Origin: Fr. A small horse ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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a basin for washing genitals and anal area
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• (n.) A kind of bath tub for sitting baths; a sitz bath. • (n.) A small horse formerly allowed to each trooper or dragoon for carrying his baggage.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: bē-dā′ Definitions: 1. A tub for a sitz bath, having also an attachment for giving vaginal or rectal infusions.
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A plumbing fixture similar to a toilet bowl used for washing genitals and posterior areas of the body. It is floor mounted, ususally next to a toilet, and incorporates a washing basin, faucet and sprayer.
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A bidet (eɪ or eɪ) is a plumbing fixture or type of sink intended for washing the genitalia, inner buttocks, and anus. Bidet is a French loanword. ==History== The bidet appears to have been an invention of French furniture makers in the late 17th century, although no exact date or inventor is known. Theories exist that its inventor was Christoph
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