homestay

[ hohm-stey ]
/ ˈhoʊmˌsteɪ /

noun

housing accommodations in a home with a family in residence, as for a student or traveler: Foreign-exchange students can choose between a homestay or campus dormitory.
a period of time spent in homestay housing accommodations: my summer-long homestay with a French family.

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Origin of homestay

First recorded in 1950–55; home + stay1
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