Definition of houser in English:

houser

noun

rare
  • 1A person who or thing which builds a house or houses; a builder.

  • 2A person who ‘houses’ or makes his or her home somewhere; a dweller, an inhabitant.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Prymer, or lay folks' prayer book. From house + -er.

Pronunciation

houser

/ˈhaʊzə/