[hous-hohl-der, -ohl-] /ˈhaʊsˌhoʊl dər, -ˌoʊl-/
a person who holds title to or occupies a house.
the head of a family.
a person who owns or rents a house
noun 1. a god presiding over and protecting the home, especially in the religion of ancient Rome.
plural noun 1. privately owned goods consisting chiefly of furniture, appliances, etc., for keeping house.
noun 1. (def 5). [bach-uh-ler, bach-ler] /ˈbætʃ ə lər, ˈbætʃ lər/ noun 1. an unmarried man. 2. a person who has been awarded a . 3. a fur seal, especially a young male, kept from the breeding grounds by the older males. 4. Also called bachelor-at-arms. a young knight who followed the banner of another. […]
plural noun 1. troops guarding or attending a sovereign or a sovereign’s residence. plural noun 1. the infantry and cavalry regiments that carry out escort and guard duties for a head of state