“Vivre” generally refers to the abstract idea of a person or an individual’s living life in an uninteresting manner. “Habiler” refers to the restricted sense of being in one place. In other words the “living life” term “habiler” can also be used to mean “lived in one place” and can also refer to a certain individual who has lived in one place for a long time. This type of term usually describes a city dweller and does not necessarily describe the location of the individual.
Urban slang for “vivres” can also come from the word “vril”. Vril is a German word that means “evil spirit”. The term is sometimes used to refer to someone who lives a careless lifestyle and does not pay attention to the surroundings. More often than not the “live in one place” connotation is often related to the individual’s profession and not just a general lifestyle. On the other hand “habiter” usually refers to a person who lives somewhere permanently but does not make much of a fuss about where he or she lives.
The term “live in one place” can also refer to a person who lives in a place where he or she meets with his or her family or near ones. The term can also mean that a person who is usually seen at the workplace of his or her employer but goes out of town to spend some time with his or her friends or relatives. Some people use the term “livre” for people who live somewhere with their pets which is actually a kind of lifestyle and is different from the normal type of lifestyle. The only thing about this type of lifestyle is that it usually includes some of the same elements that are present in urban slang for “live in one place” such as traveling spending time with friends or family and living away from the workplace.