birdbath

[burd-bath, -bahth]
noun, plural birdbaths [burd-bathz, -bahthz, -baths, -bahths] .
a basin or tublike garden ornament for birds to drink from or bathe in.

Origin:
1890–95; bird + bath1

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birdbath (ˈbɜːdˌbɑːθ)
 
n
a small basin or trough for birds to bathe in, usually in a garden

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Example sentences
Birds flipped themselves, dry and hot, in the empty birdbath.
Add a birdbath, garden pond, or other source of water.
The birdbath should be cleaned frequently and water replenished as often as
  necessary.
Use circles, x's or other symbols for features such as a birdbath or bench.
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