(verb) To cottage - to hang about in a cottage, looking for trade.
He loved to go cottaging - you never know who you'll meet of an evening.
The cottage was heaving by midnight and the floor was swimming in spunk.
2.(n) A public restroom, such as the ones one might find in a public park. These are so named because of their house-like exterior. Use in this context is widely restricted to Europe.
3.(v) The act of anonymously meeting up with a member of the same sex at a public restroom ("cottage" - see above), with the intent of gettin' down n' dirty with them within.
2. I must be getting to a cottage, or I'll soil my knickers!
3. Did you see that guy in the skinny jeans standing by the door of the bathroom? He is so cottaging.
"What!?! You own an entire camp?"
"Oh, we call that a cottage, in Canada."