bidet (katakana: ビーデー , romaji: bi-de-)

One of the standard buttons on the veritable Captain Picard's console attached to every Futuristic Japanese Super-Toilet.

The standard icon is of a lady (distinguishable by her triangular skirt, pigtails, lack of legs, and pink colour) suspended above the astrological symbol for Aries. Behold:

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I wouldn't know what the button does, because I have never, ever, pushed it.

Bi*det" (?), n. [F. bidet, perh. fr. Celtic; cr. Gael. bideach very little, diminutive, bidein a diminutive animal, W. bidan a weakly or sorry wretch.]


A small horse formerly allowed to each trooper or dragoon for carrying his baggage.

B. Jonson.


A kind of bath tub for sitting baths; a sitz bath.


© Webster 1913.

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