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bif·fy

 (bĭf′ē) also biff (bĭf)
n. pl. bif·fies also biffs
A toilet or outhouse.

[Perhaps alteration of privy.]

biffy

(ˈbɪfɪ)
n, pl -fies
US a toilet or outhouse

bif•fy

(ˈbɪf i)

n., pl. -fies. Chiefly Upper Midwest and Canadian Slang.
a toilet or privy.
Also, biff.
[orig. obscure]
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