- A small, simple house, typically made of wood, used as a dwelling or for recreation.
- A private room on a ship or airplane.
- A small room or compartment on a ship, especially one used as a sleeping place.
- A small shelter, typically made of logs, used for camping or hunting.
Middle english, from old north french cabane, from old provençal cabana, from late latin capanna, from latin capanea, from greek kapana.
- They built a cabin in the mountains.
- She reserved a first-class cabin on the cruise ship.
- The crew members have their own cabins on the ship.
- The family rented a cabin in the woods for their vacation.
- The hunters set up a cabin in a remote area for their expedition.