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bagnio — /ban yoh, bahn /, n., pl. bagnios. 1. a brothel. 2. (esp. in Italy or Turkey) a bath or bathing house. 3. Archaic. a prison for slaves, esp. in the Orient. [1590 1600; < It bagno < L balneum, balineum < Gk balaneîon bathroom, bath] * * * … Universalium
bagnio — [ bα:njəʊ, banjəʊ] noun (plural bagnios) 1》 archaic a brothel. 2》 historical (in the Far East) a prison. Origin C16: from Ital. bagno, from L. balneum bath … English new terms dictionary
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