||Toward evening he must immerse in a mikvah, and then, when the sun sets, he can enter the camp.
Vehayah lifnot-erev yirchats bamayim uchevo hashemesh yavo el-toch hamachaneh.
||You must designate a place outside the camp to use as a lavatory.
Veyad tiheyeh lecha michuts lamachaneh veyatsata shamah chuts.
||You must also keep a spike with your weapons, so that when you have to sit down to relieve yourself, you will first dig a hole with it, and then sit down, [and finally,] cover your excrement.
Veyated tihyeh lecha al-azenecha vehayah beshivtecha chuts vechafartah vah veshavta vechisita et-tse'atecha.
|immerse in a mikvah|
Even to urinate (Berakhoth 25a).
Yathed in Hebrew. Or, 'trowel' (Septuagint).
(Sifri) Azen in Hebrew. Some say that it was worn to the left (Lekach Tov).