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  1. (in a theater) the front section of the lowest balcony, separated from the back section by an aisle or railing or both.
  2. a box in a theater or opera house.
  3. any small enclosure; booth.
  4. (in France) a cubicle for the confinement of art students during important examinations.
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Origin of loge

From French, dating back to 1740–50; see origin at lodge
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Related Words for loge

box, loge

Examples from the Web for loge

Historical Examples of loge

  • They occupied a 'loge' in the crammed, gorgeous, noisy Folies-Bergère.

    A Great Man

    Arnold Bennett

  • Alberich had no sooner gone, than Loge and Wotan came from the darkness.

    Operas Every Child Should Know

    Mary Schell Hoke Bacon

  • His loge in the Academy of Sciences was pronounced by Condorcet.

  • During the whole scene my eyes were fixed on the loge of the consul.

    The Empress Josephine

    Louise Muhlbach

  • I have just been reading the account of M. Mignet's loge of Talleyrand.

British Dictionary definitions for loge


  1. a small enclosure or box in a theatre or opera house
  2. the upper section in a theatre or cinema
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Word Origin for loge

C18: French; see lodge
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