- stables or carriage houses, now often converted into dwellings, grouped around a court or along an alley
- such an alley
Origin of mewsafter the Mews, the royal stables in London, built on the site where royal hawks were mewed: see mew
(plural mews or mewses)
From Mewes, the name of the royal stables at Charing Cross.
- plural form of mew
Plural noun, see mew.
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of mew