woning (plural wonings)

  1. (archaic) A place to live; a dwelling; a dwelling-place; an abode.
    • 1852, James A. Sharp, A new gazetteer:
      Near it is a timbered house; an old inn close to the bridge is thought to be the "woning" of "Elynor Humming," the famous ale wife, whose "tunning" is celebrated by Hen. VII.'s poet laureate, Skelton.
    • 1995, Walter Hilton, The Goad of Love:
      […] ordained as a place and a woning for the Holy Ghost, and as of Christ able and possible for to come to endless bliss.
  1. present participle of wone#English|wone

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