While it seems to me to be a poor choice to identify someone strictly by the sort of building they inhabit, or by close association with a particular structure, in some cases it is useful, such as Lighthouse-keeper.
When asked if they were housewives, many women would respond "I didn't marry a house". Women today have fully fledged careers that have very little to do with their houses. Being noted as a wife pleases some and irritates others who wish to be judged on a wider basis including accomplishments in business or sports, for example.
Here are some alternatives:
Lady of the House, Domestic Engineer, Mother, Mom, homemaker, family manager, home economist, home engineer, mistress of the house, wife and mother, woman of the house
house wife one word
The German word for housewife is Hausfrau
The Japanese word for housewife is Shufu (主婦）
an housewife is 'une femme au foyer' in French. The advertising world or sociologist may use 'une mÃ©nagÃ¨re'.
mallwife :p hahaha
A domestic engineer is a housewife or homemaker.
family manager, home economist, home engineer, homemaker, lady of the house, mistress of the house, wife and mother
The noun 'housewife' is a common noun, a general word for any female spouse whose occupation is caring for her family and running the household.
The word 'domineered' refers to one person bullying or intimidating another. An example of this term used in a sentence is, 'The large housewife domineered over her husband, who was a small, meek man.'
the opposite of housewife is perfisticable
Housewife = Hausfrau
i asked my husband what they call housewives in india...he said "home minister"
if the housewife is disabled and unable to work
Yes, her mother was a housewife.
Diary of a Housewife was created in 2001.
"She is a housewife!" in English is Lei è una casalinga!in Italian.