loge

noun
\ˈlōzh \

Definition of loge 

1a : a small compartment : booth the doorkeeper's loge just inside the entrance to the building

b : an enclosed group of seats for spectators in a theater

2a : a small partitioned area

b : a separate forward section of a theater mezzanine or balcony

c : a raised section or level of seats in a sports stadium

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The new Legends Club and Suites will include over 1,000 club seats, 22 luxury suites, 48 loge boxes and two private clubs. William Wilkerson, star-telegram, "Here's what premium seating at Amon G. Carter Stadium will look like," 8 June 2018 No tickets are required except in the premium areas (suites, clubs and loge). Brent Zwerneman, Houston Chronicle, "Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M set for annual spring game," 11 Apr. 2018 The theater had been transformed into what looked like a Surrealist film set, with purple gels over the lights, fountains and waterways of floating gardenias, and the loge filled with silver balloons. Rachel Kushner, Vogue, "Rachel Kushner on the San Francisco Dives of Her Youth, and That Time She Tended Bar With Keith Richards," 27 Apr. 2018 The project includes 1,100 club seats, 22 luxury suites and 48 loge boxes, along with a Legends Club to match the Champions Club on the west side. Stefan Stevenson, star-telegram, "TCU’s new athletic director touts stadium expansion as bigger than football," 8 Feb. 2018 Tickets in the loge section are raised by as much as $17 for the bobblehead game in that series; in the left-field pavilion, they are raised by as much as $14, and on the reserve level by as much as $12. Bill Shaikin, latimes.com, "What does the Dodgers' dynamic pricing schedule mean for fans? A seat that costs $33 one day will cost $80 another day," 26 Jan. 2018 Both the upper and lower seating bowls underwent changes, as did club-seating and loge-box areas. Patrick Brennan, Cincinnati.com, "Xavier hoops surpasses 8K in season tickets for 2017-18," 16 Oct. 2017 The 14,000-seat arena will include two premium club spaces, 40 suites, 10 loge boxes and a warmup arena that can stage a full practice court. William Guillory, NOLA.com, "Tulane holds practice at the Saints indoor facility: photo gallery," 17 Aug. 2017 Another thing most people don’t know is that the side loges weren’t there in the beginning. Billboard, "From Jimi Hendrix To The Chainsmokers: I.M.P.'s Seth Hurwitz on Merriweather Post Pavilion's 50th Anniversary," 25 July 2017

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First Known Use of loge

1749, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

History and Etymology for loge

French, from Old French, a shelter — more at lodge

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The first known use of loge was in 1749

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