Origin of bungalow
Examples from the Web for bungalow
This bungalow has two levels, a screening room, a dining room, many offices, an art department, and cutting rooms.
I arrive at the bungalow and find his staff standing about stunned, some of them in tears.
He'd kept the few offices at the front of the bungalow, now oddly barren.
Verdecia laughs about his home, a 1924 bungalow, which is “just falling apart.”AbleNook designers offer alternative to disaster-relief tents and trailers|Nina Strochlic|August 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He showed me the bungalow used by Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth.Gore Vidal Epitomized an Era When Writers Were Like Rock Stars|Malcolm Jones|August 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Whether it was the latch of her room, or another of the bedrooms on this floor of the bungalow, Ruth could not tell.
It was a bungalow somewhat similar to their own, but plainly closed up for the winter.The Dragon's Secret|Augusta Huiell Seaman
The camps and the bungalow lay deserted, given over to a solitary watchman.Big Timber|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Yet the heavy voice she had heard did not sound like that of either of the three boys at the bungalow.
Then all turned and trooped across the roof of the fortress, across the veranda, and disappeared within the door of the bungalow.On the Road to Bagdad|F. S. Brereton
Word Origin for bungalow
1670s, from Gujarati bangalo, from Hindi bangla "low, thatched house," literally "Bengalese," used elliptically for "house in the Bengal style" (see Bengal). Related: Bungaloid.