dwell [-eth, -ing, -s, dwelt] v

OE dwęllan, lead astray, hinder, delay, stay.

  1. Reside; inhabit; live in a place; (see Genesis 4:20, 24:3).
  2. Ponder; wonder about; consider long; spend much time upon.
  3. Stay; remain; linger; pause; rest; wait; loiter; delay; sleep in death.
  4. Live; exist; continue; be alive.
  5. Abide; agree to experience life in a mortal place, state, or condition (see John 1:14).