hut definition

  • noun:
    • A crude or makeshift dwelling or shelter; a shack.
    • A temporary framework for sheltering troops.
    • a little wooden shed
    • a primitive home
    • a tiny house, hivel, or cabin; a mean lodge or home; a slightly built or temporary framework.
    • A small or humble residence; a hovel or cabin; a mean lodge or home.
    • Milit., a rude wooden construction when it comes to temporary housing of troops, as during a winter. Some armed forces huts tend to be adequate to accommodate one hundred males.
    • The back end or human anatomy of breech-pin of a musket.
    • A clod.
    • The cottage of an Australian shepherd, sheep-shearer, or miner.
    • tiny crude housing used as a dwelling
    • temporary armed forces protection
  • verb-transitive:
    • To shelter and take protection in a hut.
  • verb:
    • to place into a hut
    • to just take protection in a hut
  • others:
    • to put in a hut or perhaps in huts: as, to hut soldiers in winter months quarters.
    • To lodge in a hut or perhaps in huts.

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