baignoire

noun
bai·gnoire | \ bānˈwär \
plural -s

Definition of baignoire 

: a theater box having low partitions that is in the lowest tier

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First Known Use of baignoire

1855, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for baignoire

French, literally, bathtub, from baigner to bathe, from Late Latin balneare, from Latin balneum bath

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