Examples of bagnio in a sentence
<the police staged a raid on the London bagnio, causing great inconvenience to its well-heeled clientele>
Origin of bagnio
Italian bagno, literally, public baths (from the Turks' use of Roman baths at Constantinople as prisons), from Latin balneum, from Greek balaneion
First Known Use: 1599
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