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بَرْبَخٌ

The passage, or conduit, of water, called إِرْدَبَّة and بَالُوعَة [q. v.], made of baked clay: (Ḳ:) or بَرَابِخُ [the pl.] signifies the baked-clay conduits of privies, which convey [the water &c.] from the house-top to the ground. (Ṣ, but omitted in some copies.)
برْبَخُ البَوْلِ The canal of the urine [from the kidney to the bladder; i. e. the ureter]: (L, KL, TA:) of the dial. of Egypt. (TA.)