Definition of dwelling. Meaning of dwelling. Synonyms of dwelling
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Definition of dwelling
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Home-dwelling Home"-dwell`ing, a.
Keeping at home.
IndwellingIndwell In"dwell`, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Indwelt; p. pr.
& vb. n. Indwelling.]
To dwell in; to abide within; to remain in possession.
The Holy Ghost became a dove, not as a symbol, but as a
constantly indwelt form. --Milman.
Indwelling In"dwell`ing, n.
Residence within, as in the heart.
The personal indwelling of the Spirit in believers.
Lacustrine dwellingsLacustral La*cus"tral, Lacustrine La*cus"trine, a. [L. lacus
lake: cf. F. lacustral, lacustre.]
Found in, or pertaining to, lakes or ponds, or growing in
them; as, lacustrine flowers.
Lacustrine deposits (Geol.), the deposits which have been
accumulated in fresh-water areas.
Lacustrine dwellings. See Lake dwellings, under Lake.
Meaning of dwelling from wikipedia
- a dwelling
is a physical structure
used for residential
purpose. in the us, the legal definition
of dwelling varies
s or other creatures
the term house includes
of dwellings ranging
huts of nomadic tribes
- residential buildings
are called house
s or home s, though buildings containing large numbers
of separate dwelling units
are often called
- home invasion
is a term used in the united states
to describe illegal
and usually forceful entry
to an occupied, private dwelling
- cliff dwelling
is the general archaeological
term for dwellings formed
by using niches
or cave s in high cliffs, with more or less
- a hut is a primitive
may be constructed
of various local
materials. etymology: '1650s, from french hutte
- model dwellings companies
(mdcs) were a group
of private companies
in victorian britain
the housing conditions
- an artificial dwelling
hill (known as terp, wierde, woerd, warf, warft, werf, wurt and værft) is a mound
- a byre-dwelling ('byre '+ 'dwelling ') or wohnstallhaus
(german term: wohnung, dwelling
+ stall, barn , sty + haus, house
) is a
- that roundhouse
is an early example
of a modern roundhouse dwelling which
in pembrokeshire coast national
park , wales without