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Oxford dictionary definition of the word dwell:
verb (past and past participle dwelt or dwelled)
1 [with adverbial of place] formal live in or at a specified place:
groups of gypsies still dwell in these caves
(as adjective, in combination -dwelling)
2 (dwell on/upon) think, speak, or write at length about (a particular subject, especially one that is a source of unhappiness, anxiety, or dissatisfaction):
I’ve got better things to do than dwell on the past
(dwell on/upon) (of one’s eyes or attention) linger on (a particular object or place):
she let her eyes dwell on them for a moment
a slight regular pause in the motion of a machine.
Old English dwellan ‘lead astray, hinder, delay’ (in Middle English ‘tarry, remain in a place’), of Germanic origin; related to Middle Dutch dwellen ‘stun, perplex’ and Old Norse dvelja ‘delay, tarry, stay’