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cabin sb. (1 in use 1400-1650; 2 was common Eliz.)
1. temporary shelter of slight materials Tw.N. I. v. 289 “a willow cabin,” Pilgr. xiv. 3 [183].
2. den of a wild beast Ven. 637 “let him” [i.e. the boar] “keep his loathsome cabin”; cave, (hence) applied to the eye-socket Ven. 1038.
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