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loggia

noun log·gia \ˈlō-jē-ə, ˈl-(ˌ)jä\

: an area on the side of a building that has a roof and that is open on one side

plural loggias \ˈlō-jē-əz, ˈl-(ˌ)jäz\ also log·gie \ˈl-(ˌ)jā\

Full Definition of LOGGIA

:  a roofed open gallery especially at an upper story overlooking an open court

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Origin of LOGGIA

Italian, from Old French loge lodge
First Known Use: 1742

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