household (plural households)
- Collectively, all the persons who live in a given house; a family including attendants, servants etc.; a domestic or family establishment.
- 1994, Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom, Abacus 2010, p. 5:
- Although I was a member of the royal household, I was not among the privileged few who were trained for rule.
- Jonathan Swift
- And calls, without affecting airs, / His household twice a day to prayers.
- (obsolete) A line of ancestry; a race or house.
those living in the same residence
- Bulgarian: домакинство (bg) n (domakínstvo)
- Catalan: seguici (ca) m, familiars (ca) pl
- Mandarin: 家庭 (zh) (jiātíng), 戶 (zh), 户 (zh) (hù), 人家 (zh) (rénjiā)
- Czech: domácnost (cs) f
- Finnish: kotitalous (fi), talous (fi)
- French: foyer (fr) m, ménage (fr)
- German: Haushalt (de) m
- Greek: νοικοκυριό (el) n (noikokyrió), οικογένεια (el) f (oikogéneia), σπιτικό (el) n (spitikó)
- Hebrew: מֶשֶׁק בַּיִת (he) m (mésheq báyit)
- Irish: teaghlach m, teaghlaigh pl
- Italian: famiglia (it) f, nucleo familiare
- Japanese: 家庭 (ja) (かてい, katei)
- Latin: familia (la) f
- Manx: mooinjer thielagh f
- Bokmål: husholdning m, f
- Portuguese: domicílio (pt) m, agregado familiar
- Romanian: familie (ro) f, casă (ro) f, menaj (ro) n
- Russian: семе́йство (ru) n (seméjstvo), семья́ (ru) f (semʹjá), домоча́дцы (ru) m pl (domočádcy), дома́шние (ru) m pl (domášnije)
- Cyrillic: домаћинство n
- Roman: domaćinstvo (sh) n
- Spanish: familia (es) f, casa (es) f, hogareños, huéspedes (es), séquito (es) m
- Swedish: hushåll (sv) n
- Tagalog: sambahayan
- Turkish: ev halkı (tr)
- Welsh: tylwyth m
household (not comparable)
- Belonging to the same house and family.
- Of anything found in or having its origin in a home.
Terms derived from household
belonging to same house and family
found in or having its origin in a home