Kennel ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kennel ( noun )

  1. A small shelter for a dog or other small animal.
  2. A place where dogs are kept, trained, or bred.
  3. A group of hounds kept by a huntsman.

Origin:

Mid 16th century: from french chenil, from latin canile "dog kennel", from canis "dog".

Examples:

  1. She built a kennel for her dog.
  2. The dog kennel was filled with barking dogs.
  3. The kennel was a breeding ground for champion show dogs.
  4. The kennel was a place where dogs were trained to be hunting dogs.
  5. The kennel was a home for the hunting hounds.

(As a verb)

Kennel ( verb )

  1. A small shelter for a dog or other small animal.
  2. A place where dogs are kept, trained, or bred.
  3. A group of hounds kept by a huntsman.

Origin:

Mid 16th century: from french chenil, from latin canile "dog kennel", from canis "dog".

Examples:

  1. She built a kennel for her dog.
  2. The dog kennel was filled with barking dogs.
  3. The kennel was a breeding ground for champion show dogs.
  4. The kennel was a place where dogs were trained to be hunting dogs.
  5. The kennel was a home for the hunting hounds.
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