bagnio

  1. a building where prostitutes are available
  2. a building containing public baths

Bagnio

A Bagnio (from bagno) was originally a bath or bath-house. The term was then used to name the prison for hostages in Constantinople, which was near the bath-house, and thereafter all the slave prisons in the Ottoman Empire and the Barbary regencies. In the Barbary prisons, the hostages of the pirates spent their nights there, leaving during the da...
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Bagnio

• (n.) A house for bathing, sweating, etc.; -- also, in Turkey, a prison for slaves. • (n.) A brothel; a stew; a house of prostitution.
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Bagnio

Bagn'io noun [ Italian bagno , from Latin balneum . Confer Bain .] 1. A house for bathing, sweating, etc.; -- also, in Turkey, a prison for slaves. [ Obsolete] 2. A brothel; a stew; a house of prostitution.
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bagnio

bagnio, bagnios 1. A brothel. 2. An old term for a prison for slaves in Asian countries. 3. A former term for a public bathhouse in Italy or Turkey. 4. From Italian bagno, 'bath', from Latin balneum, which came from Greek balaneion.
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bagnio

bathing house
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