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  • See gazunder.

    June 5, 2012

  • Like GHibbs I too need a goznutunder.

    June 5, 2012

  • Noun: 'gozunder' 'gozunders'. A 'gozunder' is a 'potty', 'chamber', 'chamberpot' that goes (or went) under the bed, because it 'goes under'. We all had a 'gozunder' in the days to pass urine when the toilet, lavatory, rest room ... was not in the house.

    I still have a 'gozunder' that has lost its handle. It lives in a cupboard because it will not 'go under' my 'divan'. In the UK a 'divan' is not a sofa, it is a normal height single bed on castors, without a headboard or foot board.

    A 'gozunder' is useful when one feels sick, wants to throw up. Especially as one ages, it is also useful when someone else is using the bathroom, wash room, ...

    June 5, 2012