[hous-hohld, -ohld] /ˈhaʊsˌhoʊld, -ˌoʊld/
the people of a house collectively; a family including its servants.
of or relating to a household:
for use in maintaining a home, especially for use in cooking, cleaning, laundering, repairing, etc., in the home:
a household bleach.
common or usual; ordinary.
the people living together in one house collectively
(modifier) of, relating to, or used in the running of a household; domestic: household management
late 14c., “members of a family collectively (including servants),” also “furniture and articles belonging to a house,” from house (n.) + hold (n.1). Related: Householder.
noun 1. diluted ammonia, often having a small quantity of detergent, used in the home for cleaning.
noun 1. any of the skills necessary to the efficient running of a household, as cooking or keeping a family budget.
noun 1. (in Britain) cavalry units forming part of the ceremonial guard of the monarch.
plural noun 1. privately owned goods consisting chiefly of furniture, appliances, etc., for keeping house.