Wendy house

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Etymology[edit]

From Wendy +‎ house, after Wendy Darling, a character in J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan. A prop house was created by Barrie for the first stage production of the play in 1904, and Wendy sings: “I wish I had a darling house / The littlest ever seen, / With funny little red walls / And roof of mossy green.”

Noun[edit]

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Wendy house (plural Wendy houses)

  1. A toy house in which children can play.
    Synonyms: play house, cubby house, toyhouse
    Hypernyms: toy, house

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