- a small community or group of houses in a rural area, larger than a hamlet and usually smaller than a town, and sometimes (as in parts of the U.S.) incorporated as a municipality.
- the inhabitants of such a community collectively.
- a group of animal dwellings resembling a village: a gopher village.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of a village: village life.
- The, a city in central Oklahoma.
- a small group of houses in a country area, larger than a hamlet
- the inhabitants of such a community collectively
- an incorporated municipality smaller than a town in various parts of the US and Canada
- a group of habitats of certain animals
- NZ a self-contained city area having its own shops, etc
- (modifier) of, relating to, or characteristic of a villagea village green
late 14c., “inhabited place larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town,” from Old French village “houses and other buildings in a group” (usually smaller than a town), from Latin villaticum “farmstead” (with outbuildings), noun use of neuter singular of villaticus “having to do with a farmstead or villa,” from villa “country house” (see villa). Village idiot is recorded from 1907.