noun, plural log·gias, Italian log·gie [lawd-je] /ˈlɔd dʒɛ/.
Origin of loggia
Examples from the Web for loggia
A hall on the first floor of the Palace, ending in a loggia approached by two steps.Caesar and Cleopatra|George Bernard Shaw
Spinning was forbidden to the saleswomen on the loggia—fine, five soldi.The Shores of the Adriatic|F. Hamilton Jackson
Far away, on the left, the Loggia terminated at a closed door.The Saint|Antonio Fogazzaro
Originally the site was occupied by a corn market, in the loggia of which stood the figure of a much-worshipped Madonna.Cathedral Cities of Italy|William Wiehe Collins
The company rose from their places in the Loggia, and there were greetings and introductions.The Eternal City|Hall Caine