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1.
a very small yellow or blue house made from boxes, which bums make for shelter and so they can cook their food and get married in.
mr. p lives in a hovel, he has his whole life.
от Missss Yellow 07 февруари 2007
 
2.
hovel, hut, hutch, shack, shanty -(small crude shelter used as a dwelling)
A small, mean, or dilapidated cottage; a wretched dwelling
It's where the poorest kid in school lives, or the definition of any townie's (see chav) house.
Go crawl back to your hovel, poor boy

Oh yeah?! well fuck off back to your hovel you stupid townie!!!
от Aaron Taylor-Cotter 15 ноември 2004
 
3.
A fictional run-down building, similar to a shack, in which witches dwell. Ostensibly, a hovel can be defined in terms of the habitation of a witch, as a witch would only choose to live in a hovel. In actual fact, not all hovels are inhabited by witches and not all witches live in hovels (see the witch in Hansel and Gretel), so the connection between the two is unclear.
Person 1: "What's that shack-like building over there?"
Person 2: "There's a cauldron outside, so presumably a hovel."
Person 1: "How can you be sure?"
Person 2: "Well cauldrons belong to witches and witches live in hovels so I'm simply exercising my deductive skills."
от Merry and Dylan 25 ноември 2012
 
4.
(noun) A large shovel + small hoe, in one miraculous tool. The greatest combination since the spork or foon.
Dang dog! Honey, get the hovel! I only have a minute to scoop and bury this steaming gift.
от Sunny Buns 23 юли 2010
 
5.
1. Hovel; small dirty shack.
2. Nasty small dirty things.
3. Abnormal obejects
Verb; Hoveling
The other day I was at the Hovel mann, now I smell like cigs.
от idiscoveredit 30 януари 2010
 
6.
hut or a very broke down house
Dj lives in a hovel.
от Jacole 17 май 2005
 
7.
verb : to take shelter.
: to hide away, like a hermit.
All he wanted to do was hovel and keep warm.
от Colin Liseth 24 декември 2008