[ in-hab-i-tn-see ]
/ ɪnˈhæb ɪ tn si /
noun, plural in·hab·it·an·cies.
place of residence; habitation.
What Was New York’s Original Name?Gotham, the Big Apple, the City that Never Sleeps: New York City is kind of the emblem of America. And guess what? It wasn't always called "New York."
Related formsnon·in·hab·it·ance, nounnon·in·hab·it·an·cy, noun, plural non·in·hab·it·an·cies.
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The Distance from the inhabitance is about seventy miles, as we conceave by our Journeys.Legends of Loudoun|Harrison Williams