verb (used with object)
to live or dwell in (a place), as people or animals:
Small animals inhabited the woods.
to exist or be situated within; dwell in:
Weird notions inhabit his mind.
verb (used without object)
Archaic. to live or dwell, as in a place.
verb -its, -iting, -ited
(transitive) to live or dwell in; occupy
(intransitive) (archaic) to abide or dwell
noun 1. Jean Baptiste [French zhahn ba-teest] /French ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/ (Show IPA), (“Django”) 1910–53, Belgian gypsy jazz guitarist. 2. Max [maks;; German mahks] /mæks;; German mɑks/ (Show IPA), (Max Goldmann) 1873–1943, German theatrical director, producer, and actor; born in Austria. noun 1. Django (ˈdʒæŋɡəʊ), real name Jean Baptiste Reinhardt. 1910–53, French jazz guitarist, whose work […]
noun 1. a male given name.
noun 1. Often, reins. a leather strap, fastened to each end of the bit of a bridle, by which the rider or driver controls a horse or other animal by pulling so as to exert pressure on the bit. 2. any of certain other straps or thongs forming part of a harness, as a checkrein. […]
verb (used with object), initiated, initiating. 1. to begin, set going, or originate: to initiate major social reforms. 2. to introduce into the knowledge of some art or subject. 3. to admit or accept with formal rites into an organization or group, secret knowledge, adult society, etc. 4. to propose (a measure) by initiative procedure: […]