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Mansionette vs. Mansion

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Mansionettenoun

(US) A large and somewhat luxurious house.

Mansionnoun

A large house or building, usually built for the wealthy.

Mansionettenoun

(UK) A flat that spans two or more floors, and often has its own entrance (i.e. not off a communal hallway).

Mansionnoun

(UK) A luxurious flat (apartment).

Mansionnoun

(obsolete) A house provided for a clergyman; a manse.

Mansionnoun

(obsolete) A stopping-place during a journey; a stage.

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Mansionnoun

(historical) An astrological house; a station of the moon.

Mansionnoun

(Chinese astronomy) One of twenty-eight sections of the sky.

Mansionnoun

An individual habitation or apartment within a large house or group of buildings. (Now chiefly in allusion to John 14:2.)

Mansionnoun

Any of the branches of the Rastafari movement.

Mansionnoun

A dwelling place, - whether a part or whole of a house or other shelter.

‘In my Father's house are many mansions.’; ‘These poets near our princes sleep,And in one grave their mansions keep.’;

Mansionnoun

The house of the lord of a manor; a manor house; hence: Any house of considerable size or pretension.

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Mansionnoun

A twelfth part of the heavens; a house. See 1st House, 8.

Mansionnoun

The place in the heavens occupied each day by the moon in its monthly revolution.

‘The eight and twenty mansionsThat longen to the moon.’;

Mansionverb

To dwell; to reside.

Mansionnoun

(astrology) one of 12 equal areas into which the zodiac is divided

Mansionnoun

a large and imposing house

Mansionnoun

a large, impressive house.

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Mansionnoun

a large block of flats.

Mansionnoun

a terrace or mansion block

‘Carlyle Mansions’;

Mansion

A mansion is a large dwelling house. The word itself derives through Old French from the Latin word mansio , an abstract noun derived from the verb manere .

‘dwelling’; ‘to dwell’;

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