Ken·nel n. The water course of a street; a little canal or channel; a gutter; also, a puddle.
1. A house for a dog or for dogs, or for a pack of hounds.
A dog sure, if he could speak, had wit enough to describe his kennel. --Sir P. Sidney.
2. A pack of hounds, or a collection of dogs.
3. The hole of a fox or other beast; a haunt.
Ken·nel, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Kenneled or Kennelled; p. pr. & vb. n. Kennelling.] To lie or lodge; to dwell, as a dog or a fox.
The dog kenneled in a hollow tree. --L'Estrange.
Ken·nel, v. t. To put or keep in a kennel.
n : outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog [syn: doghouse,
v : put up in a kennel; "kennel a dog"
[also: kennelling, kennelled]