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Habitat

Hab´i`tat   Pronunciation: hăb´ĭ`tăt
n.1.(Biol.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant.
2.Place where anything is commonly found.
This word has its habitat in Oxfordshire.
- Earle.
Noun1.habitat - the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs; "a marine habitat"; "he felt safe on his home grounds"
Synonyms: home ground
(networking, graphics)Habitat - The original term for on-line graphical virtual communities or worlds. Created at Lucasfilm in 1985 by Randy Farmer and Chip Morningstar.

http://www.communities.com/habitat.html.
abode, alentours, ambience, ambit, bailiwick, borderlands, circle, circuit, circumambiencies, circumjacencies, circumstances, compass, context, domain, element, entourage, environing circumstances, environment, environs, gestalt, haunt, home, locale, locality, milieu, native environment, neighborhood, outposts, outskirts, perimeter, periphery, precincts, purlieus, range, realm, site, situation, stamping ground, suburbs, surroundings, terrain, territory, total environment, vicinage, vicinity
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