loge

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noun \ˈlōzh\

Definition of loge

  1. 1a :  a small compartment :  booth the doorkeeper's loge just inside the entrance to the buildingb :  an enclosed group of seats for spectators in a theater

  2. 2a :  a small partitioned areab :  a separate forward section of a theater mezzanine or balconyc :  a raised section or level of seats in a sports stadium

Origin and Etymology of loge

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


First Known Use: 1749

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