One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who bathes outside regularly throughout the winter; specifically a member of a society formed 1840 to promote this practice.
Late 19th century. From classical Latin psychrolūtēs bather in cold water from ancient Greek ψυχρολουτεῖν to bathe in cold water (from ψυχρο- + λούειν); compare -της, suffix forming agent nouns. Compare ancient Greek ψυχρολουσία bathing in cold water.
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