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loggia

[ loj-uh, loh-jee-uh; Italian lawd-jah ]
/ ˈlɒdʒ ə, ˈloʊ dʒi ə; Italian ˈlɔd dʒɑ /
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noun, plural log·gias, Italian log·gie [lawd-je]. /ˈlɔd dʒɛ/.
a gallery or arcade open to the air on at least one side.
a space within the body of a building but open to the air on one side, serving as an open-air room or as an entrance porch.
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Origin of loggia

From Italian, dating back to 1735–45; see origin at lodge
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British Dictionary definitions for loggia

loggia
/ (ˈlɒdʒə, ˈlɒdʒɪə) /

noun plural -gias or -gie (-dʒɛ)
a covered area on the side of a building, esp one that serves as a porch
an open balcony in a theatre

Word Origin for loggia

C17: Italian, from French loge. See lodge
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