Definitions for "Porch"
A covered and inclosed entrance to a building, whether taken from the interior, and forming a sort of vestibule within the main wall, or projecting without and with a separate roof. Sometimes the porch is large enough to serve as a covered walk. See also Carriage porch, under Carriage, and Loggia.
A portico; a covered walk.
Covered approach to entrance of building.
a great finishing touch to any log home
a great place for children to play and to entertain their friends
a wonderful place to entertain friends, catch a cool breeze, read or enjoy a relaxing nap
A small lean to conservatory style construction en-casing the front door of the property. Can be useful to minimise heat loss on cold days when entering and leaving the property.
A larger cement, stone, or brick landing and walkway installed at or near the front entry.  See also patio.
The covered projecting structure in front of the doorway.
an example of what sociologists, artists, and other students of human behavior call a "liminal space" - a transitional space, in this case, between the private space of the home and the public space of the street
an ideal place for projects like basket-making, woodworking and sorting photos (but not on a windy day)
Keywords:  catherine, cater, hall, cooper, back
back of catherine cooper cater hall
To dream of a porch, denotes that you will engage a new undertakings, and the future will be full of uncertainties. If a young woman dreams that she is with her lover on a porch, implies her doubts of some one's intentions. To dream that you build a porch, you will assume new duties.
Keywords:  tremendous, home, element, key, asset
a key element for many homes
a tremendous asset to any home
Keywords:  stud, sitting, game, players, hand
In a stud game, the cards sitting face up in each players hand is referred to as his or her “porch.