Origin of habitation
Examples from the Web for habitation
The recent Cancerian theme of creativity bleeds into the domestic sector, opening the door on imaginative modes of habitation.
Yet she could not have found a habitation and surroundings more perfectly suited to her wants and the mood she was in.Dead Man's Plack and an Old Thorn|William Henry Hudson
There was no sign of habitation to be glimpsed from the trail leading down from the high ridge which he had crossed.The Coyote|James Roberts
How can progressive instruction be carried on where there is no fixity of habitation?Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland|Daniel Turner Holmes
British Dictionary definitions for habitation
Word Origin and History for habitation
late 14c., "act or fact of dwelling;" also "place of lodging, abode," from Old French habitacion, abitacion "act of dwelling" (12c.) or directly from Latin habitationem (nominative habitatio) "act of dwelling," noun of action from past participle stem of habitare (see habitat).