n. A dwelling or habitation; particularly, a cottage; an unpretentious residence; a rustic abode.n. An inner room; any room in a house except the hall or public room; hence, a bedchamber.n. Especially, a lady's private chamber; a boudoir.n. A shelter made with boughs or twining plants; an arbor; a shady recess.To inclose in a bower, or as in a bower; embower; inclose.To take shelter; lodge.n. One who or that which bows or bends; specifically, a muscle that bends the joints.n. An anchor carried at the bow of a ship.n. In falconry, a young hawk when it begins to leave the nest and to clamber on the boughs. Also called bowess, bowet.n. A peasant; a farmer.n. In euchre, one of the two highest cards, or, if the joker is used, the second or third highest.n. A bow-maker; a bowyer.n. One who plays with a bow on a violin or other stringed instrument.n. A person who rents or leases the dairy stock on a farm, together with pasture and fodder for them, and makes what he can from their produce, the cultivation of the farm still remaining with the farmer or proprietor.