MAN'SION, n. [L. mansio, from maneo, to dwell.]1. Any place of residence; a house; a habitation. Thy mansion wants thee, Adam, rise. In my Father's house are many mansions. John 14.2. The house of the lord of a manor.3. Residence; above. These poets near our princes sleep, And in one grave their mansions keep.
MAN'SION, v.i. To dwell; to reside.