|Origin:||résider, from Latin residere 'to sit back, remain, stay', from sedere 'to sit'|
re‧side [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
to live in a particular place:
He spent most of his time in Rutherglen, where his family resided.
reside in something/somebodyphrasal verb
to be present in or consist of something:
Joe's talent resides in his storytelling abilities.
2 also reside within something/somebody
if a power, right etc resides in something or someone, it belongs to them:
Executive power resides in the President.