dwell

dwell [dwel]
vi.
dwelt or dwelled, dwelling [ME dwellen < OE dwellan, to lead astray, hinder, akin to ON dvelja, to delay < IE * dh(e)wel-, to obscure, make DULL]
to make one's home; reside; live
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dwell on or dwell upon
to linger over in thought or speech; think about or discuss at length
dweller
n.

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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