Latrine

The word latrine can refer to a toilet or a simpler facility used as a toilet, generally without a bowl. It can be a communal trench in the earth in a camp, a simple pit, or more advanced designs, including pour-flush systems or ecological latrines. The term is derived from the Latin lavatrina, meaning bath. == Types == Many forms of latrine techn...
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latrine

[n] - a public toilet in a military area
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Latrine

• (n.) A privy, or water-closet, esp. in a camp, hospital, etc.
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latrine

noun a public toilet in a military area
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Latrine

La┬Ětrine' (lȧ*trēn') noun [ Latin latrina : confer French latrines .] A privy, or water- closet, esp. in a camp, hospital, etc.
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latrine

latrine 1. A toilet or something used as a toilet, as a trench in the earth; especially, in a military camp, or bivouac area. 2. A public toilet in a military area. 3. First recorded about 1297, from Latin latrina, contraction of lavatrina, 'washbasin, washroom', from lavatus, past participle of lavare, 'to wash' + -trina, a suffix denoting 'work...
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latrine

Lavatory
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