micturate

verb
mic·tu·rate | \ ˈmik-chə-ˌrāt , ˈmik-tə- \
micturated; micturating

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micturition \ˌmik-chə-ˈri-shən, ˌmik-tə- \ noun

First Known Use of micturate

1842, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for micturate

Latin micturire to desire to urinate, from meiere to urinate; akin to Old English mīgan to urinate, Greek omeichein

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micturate

intransitive verb
mic·tu·rate | \ ˈmik-chə-ˌrāt , ˈmik-tə- \
micturated; micturating

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