lou·troph·o·ros | \ lü‧ˈträfəˌräs\
plural loutrophoroi\ -rȯi \
Definition of loutrophoros
: a tall long-necked water vase with two handles used in ancient Athens for bringing water for the ceremonial bath on the eve of marriage and often buried in the grave of one dying while betrothed
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