rere-dorter

noun
\ˈri(ə)r+¦-\

Definition of rere-dorter 

: a latrine situated at the rear of a medieval convent or monastery

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History and Etymology for rere-dorter

Middle English rere-dortour, from rere- + dorter, dortour dorter

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