Names for Homes of Persons
There are so many names for homes of persons. Here is a list of homes of nuns, mentally ill people, soldiers, prisoners, farm labourers, families, Eskimos, rich people, monks, orphans, kings, criminals, and so on.
Here is a list of homes of persons.
Have a look-
- Abbey – Abbey is a building in which nuns and monks live as a community under an abyss or abbot.
- Adobe house – Adobe house is a house built of bricks that are made of clay and straw and dried in the Sun.
- Asylum– Asylum is a place that is a hospital to take care of mentally ill people.
- Barrack – Barrack is a large building or group of buildings where soldiers live in.
- Boarding house– Boarding house is a house in which people pay to stay in for a short time.
- Caravan- Caravan is a vehicle without an engine that can be pulled by a car or van. It contains beds and cooking equipment so that people can live.
- Castle- Castle is a large strong building built in the past by a ruler to protect the people inside from attack. It is a residence of a prince or noble.
- Cell – Cell is a very small room for one or more prisoners in a prison or a monastery for a monk.
- Cottage – Cottage is a simple and small house built in the countryside, mostly farm labourers live in.
- House – House is a place built usually to live a family.
- Igloo– Igloo is a temporary shelter built by Eskimos. It is a small dome-shaped house. Blocks of hard snow are used to build this.
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- Lodging house– Lodging house is a house in which people can rent rooms to live in or stay in.
- Log cabin – Log cabin is a small house made of logs.
- Mansion – Mansion is a large house. Usually, rich people live in.
- Monastery – Monastery is a building in which monks live as a community.
- Nunnery – Nunnery is a house where nuns live.
- Orphanage – Orphanage is a house for children whose parents are dead.
- Palace– Palace is a large house mostly of kings- the official home of an archbishop, sovereign.
- Parsonage -Parsonage is the residence of a parson. A parson is a priest in the Church of England with responsibility for a small local area.
- Prison– Prison is a place where people are locked up who committed crimes as punishment.
- Tent – Tent is a temporary and portable shelter. It is made of canvas. It is attached to pegs which are fixed into the ground, supported by ropes and poles.
- Wigwam – Wigwam is a type of tent with a domed or conical roof made by fastening bark, hides, animal skins, or mats over a framework of poles. This was used traditionally by North American Indians.
- Vicarage– Vicarage is a house of a vicar.
Now we shall see the living places of rabbit, cat, lion, pig and horse.
- Rabbit house- Burrow
- Cat house- Cattery
- Lion house- Den
- Pig house- Sty
- Horse house- stable
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