1. home, abode, residence, residency, dwelling, dwelling place, dwelling home, habitation, habitancy, Scot, and North Eng. bigging, Scot. howff, lodging, lodgings, lodging place, lodgement or lodgment, nest, roost, perch; quarters, living quarters, rooms, accommodations, housing, roof over one's head, Inf. pad, Inf. crash pad, Chiefly Brit. Inf. diggings, Brit. Inf. digs; apartment, flat, tenement, walk-up, cold-water flat, Brit. chambers, Chiefly Brit. maisonette or maisonnette; penthouse, townhouse, condominium, Sl. condo; mobile home, motor home, camper, trailer; address, location, situation, whereabouts, place.
2. mansion, palace, palatial or stately dwelling or home or residence, Fr. hotel, It. palazzo. villa, chateau, castle, Chiefly Brit. hall, Brit. court, Archit. folly, Sl. spread; manor, manor house, manor seat, estate, country estate, country home, country seat, country house, house and grounds, house and lot, Brit. Dial. toft, demesne, Law. messuage; farm, farmstead, farmplace, Archaic. farmhold, grange, Brit. farmery, Brit. croft, Brit. homecroft, Scot, and North Eng. steading; ranch, rancho, rancheria, hacienda; plantation.
3. cottage, cot, bungalow, bower, cabin, log cabin, blockhouse, Brit. Dial. cote, Scot. but-and-ben; hut, hutch, shed, shack, shanty, Scot. bothy; hovel, hole, dump, sty, pigsty, pigpen, tumbledown shack, wretched hut, mean dwelling, miserable quarters.
4. hearth, hearthstone, hearth and home, hearthside, fireside, fireplace, chimney corner, Brit. Dial. inple, Brit. Dial. ingleside, Chiefly Brit. inglenook or ingle nook; homestead, household, family, family circle, domestic circle, bosom of one's family, seat of one's affections, home sweet home, Inf. place where one hangs one's hat.
5. domicil, domiciliate, establish oneself, take up residence, take up one's abode, make one's home, inhabit, occupy, settle, locate, ensconce, Inf. hang up one's hat; take or strike root, plant oneself, anchor, come to anchor, drop anchor, moor; nest, nestle, perch, roost, squat, burrow, hive; lodge, rent, room, berth, bunk, bed, quarter or billet at, put up at, Inf. hang out, Sl. crash, Brit. Sl. doss down; camp, camp out, bivouac, pitch one's tent

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  • domicile — [ dɔmisil ] n. m. • 1326; lat. domicilium, de domus « maison » 1 ♦ Cour. Lieu ordinaire d habitation. ⇒ chez (chez soi), demeure, habitation, home, logement, maison, résidence. « Pour nous la maison est seulement un domicile, un abri » (Fustel de …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Domicile — • The canon law has no independent and original theory of domicile; both the canon law and all modern civil codes borrowed this theory from the Roman law; the canon law, however, extended and perfected the Roman theory by adding thereto that of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • domicile — do·mi·cile 1 / dä mə ˌsīl, dō / n [Latin domicilium dwelling place, home] 1: the place where an individual has a fixed and permanent home for legal purposes – called also legal residence; 2: the place where an organization (as a corporation) is… …   Law dictionary

  • domicile — DOMICILE. sub. m. Il se dit De la maison, du lieu qu une personne a choisi pour son habitation ordinaire. Élection de domicile. Signifié à sa personne en son domicile. Signifié à domicile. Il a établi son domicile à Paris. C est un homme sans… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • domicile — Domicile, Domicilium. Retourner en son premier domicile, Remigrare. Le domicile d un chacun, Sedes pignorum ac fortunarum, Lar familiaris, B. Signifier à personne et domicile, Denuntiare domum, atque etiam homini, B …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • domicile — Domicile. s. m. Habitation, maison. Il ne se dit guere qu en termes de Pratique. Election de domicile. signifié à sa personne en son domicile. signifié à domicile …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • domicile — [däm′ə sīl΄, däm′əsil; ] also [, dō′mə īl, dō′məsil] n. [ME domicelle < OFr domicile < L domicilium, a dwelling, home < domus: see DOME] 1. a customary dwelling place; home; residence 2. Law one s fixed place of dwelling, where one… …   English World dictionary

  • Domicile — Dom i*cile, n. [L. domicilium; domus house + (prob.) root of celare to conceal: cf. F. domicile. See {Dome}, and {Conceal}.] 1. An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of an individual or a family. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) A… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • domicile — (n.) mid 15c., from M.Fr. domicile (14c.), from L. domicilium, perhaps from domus house (see DOMESTIC (Cf. domestic)) + colere to dwell (see COLONY (Cf. colony)). As a verb, it is first attested 1809. Related: Domiciled; domiciliary …   Etymology dictionary

  • Domicile — Dom i*cile, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Domiciled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Domiciling}.] [Cf. F. domicilier. Cf. {Domiciliate}.] To establish in a fixed residence, or a residence that constitutes habitancy; to domiciliate. Kent. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • domicile — DOMICILE: Toujours inviolable. Cependant la Justice, la Police, y pénètrent quand elles veulent. Je regagne mes pénates. Je rentre dans mes lares …   Dictionnaire des idées reçues

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