Garderobe



[gahrd-rohb] /ˈgɑrdˌroʊb/

noun
1.
a wardrobe or its contents.
2.
a private room, as a bedroom.
3.
(in medieval architecture) a latrine or privy.
/ˈɡɑːdˌrəʊb/
noun (archaic)
1.
a wardrobe or the contents of a wardrobe
2.
a bedroom or private room
3.
a privy

early 14c., from Old French garderobe (Old North French warderobe; see wardrobe).

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