abode


abode
One's home; habitation; place of dwelling; or residence. Ordinarily means "domicile."
Living place impermanent in character. Fowler v. Fowler, 156 Fla. 316, 22 So.2d 817, 818.
The place where a person dwells. In re Erickson, 18 N.J.Misc. 5, 10 A.2d 142, 146.
Residence of a legal voter. Pope v. Board of Election Com'rs, 370 111. 196, 18 N.E.2d 214, 216.
Fixed place of residence for the time being. Augustus Co., for Use of Bourgeois v. Manzella, 19 N.J.Misc. 29, 17 A.2d 68, 70.
For service of process, one's fixed place of residence for the time being; his "usual place of abode." Fed.R. Civil P. 4. Kurilla v. Roth, 132 N.J.L. 213, 38 A.2d 862, 864.
General abode.

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  • abode — ► NOUN formal or literary 1) a house or home. 2) residence: right of abode. ORIGIN from ABIDE(Cf. ↑abide) …   English terms dictionary

  • Abode — A*bode , n. [See {Bode}, v. t.] An omen. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] High thundering Juno s husband stirs my spirit with true abodes. Chapman. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abode — A*bode , v. t. To bode; to foreshow. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abode — A*bode , v. i. To be ominous. [Obs.] Dryden. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abode — A*bode , pret. of {Abide}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • abode — (n.) mid 13c., action of waiting, verbal noun identical with O.E. abad, pp. of abiden to abide (see ABIDE (Cf. abide)), used as a verbal noun. The present to preterite vowel change is consistent with an Old English class I strong verb (ride/rode …   Etymology dictionary


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