noun, plural log·gias, Italian log·gie [lawd-je] /ˈlɔd dʒɛ/.
Origin of loggia
Examples from the Web for loggia
Historical Examples of loggia
The company rose from their places in the Loggia, and there were greetings and introductions.The Eternal City
Gino got out a guitar and sang too, sitting out on the loggia.
They were sitting together on the loggia when the letter arrived.
The lamp was tossed across the room, out through the loggia.
I went towards the house and in the loggia came face to face with Cosimo.The Strolling Saint
noun plural -gias or -gie (-dʒɛ)
Word Origin for loggia
"roofed galley used as an open-air room," 1742, from Italian loggia, from French loge (see lodge (n.)).