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water bouget

[ boo-jit ]
/ ˈbu dʒɪt /
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noun
(formerly) a leather bag suspended at each end of a pole or yoke and used for carrying water.
Also water budget. Heraldry. a representation of a pair of these joined by a yoke, used as a charge.
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Origin of water bouget

1560–70; bouget, variant of budget
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