The following is the results of your search for cottage.
Cottage: 1. A booth in a vineyard
(Isaiah 1:8) a temporary shed covered
with leaves or straw to shelter the watchman that kept the
garden. These were slight fabrics, and were removed when no
longer needed, or were left to be blown down in winter
2. A lodging-place (rendered "lodge" in)
(Isaiah 1:8) a slighter
structure than the "booth," as the cucumber patch is more
temporary than a vineyard
(Isaiah 24:20) It denotes a frail
structure of boughs supported on a few poles, which is still in
use in the East, or a hammock suspended between trees, in which
the watchman was accustomed to sleep during summer.
(Zephaniah 2:6) it is the rendering of the Hebrew keroth, which
some suppose to denote rather "pits" (R.V. marg., "caves") or
"wells of water," such as shepherds would sink.