latrine (la•trine)

1. a water closet consisting of a continuous trough in a floor containing water. The trench extends under two, or more, adjacent seats, or spaces, for occupancy. Multi-person use at one time. 2. a fixture, or apparatus, to receive abdominal cavity discharges; device sometimes flushed with a constant flow of liquid (water)

acid (ac•id)

the name of a group of organic or inorganic compounds with common characteristics. One of the characteristics is that it will ionize in water to produce hydrogen ions. Turns blue litmus red. Inorganic acids are used in producing metals, plastics, explosives, and dyes