Definitions for "Cellar"
A room or rooms under a building, and usually below the surface of the ground, where provisions and other stores are kept.
The room, usually underground, where cheeses are left to ripen. Some cheeses, Roquefort is the most famous, are ripened in caves.
A perhaps grandiose term referring to a place where tobacco containers are stored while aging and awaiting use. Cellars should not experience high temperature variation, if at all possible. And cellars with tins should absolutely not experience high levels of humidity, lest plagues of rust be visited upon it.
n: a pit in the ground to provide additional height between the rig floor and the well head to accommodate the installation of blowout preventers, ratholes, mouseholes, and so forth. It also may collect drainage water and other fluids for subsequent disposal.
the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage
an enclosed space having more than one-half of its height below curb level
Keywords:  'sali, corruption, salt, re, hold
A container (usually open) used to hold salt (corruption of 'salière').
A Main Inventory Table field that identifies inventories listing contents of a named cellar.