Definitions for urinalˈyʊər ə nl
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u•ri•nalˈyʊər ə nl(n.)
a flushable wall fixture, as in a public lavatory, used by men for urinating.
Category: Common Vocabulary
a building or enclosure containing such fixtures.
a receptacle to receive the urine of a person with urinary incontinence or that of a bedridden person.
Origin of urinal:
1225–75; ME < OF < LL ūrīnāle, neut. of ūrīnalis of urine. See urine , -al2
a plumbing fixture (usually attached to the wall) used by men to urinate
A porcelain, china, or stainless steel appliance, usually in male restrooms but in some places on the street, where males can stand up to urinate, often side-by-side.
A vessel for holding urine; especially, a bottle or tube for holding urine for inspection.
Origin: urinal, from urina urine: compare urinal.
a vessel for holding urine; especially, a bottle or tube for holding urine for inspection
a place or convenience for urinating purposes