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A portable toilet seat for a small child designed either to be fitted over the toilet bowl, or used separately with a basin or potty underneath; frequently attributive as, "toidey chair", "toidey seat", etc. Now also more generally: = "toilet".
1920s; earliest use found in The Official Gazette. Probably representing a child's pronunciation of toilet.
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