loge loge  /ˈloʊdʒ/


  1. (n) balcony consisting of the forward section of a theater mezzanine
  2. (n) private area in a theater or grandstand where a small group can watch the performance


  1. Balconies will be called terraces, and loge seats will replace the traditional boxes.
  2. With Queen Mother Nazli she watched the opening from the royal loge, the first time female members of the royal family have attended the traditional male function.
  3. The intimacy of those big-screen closeups gave his defeated ex-Prez a certain forlorn grandeur not so detectable from the theater loge.


  1. Bs fan spends thousands on Stanley Cup tickets

    BOSTON -- Bruins fan David Freney had his hands full with two loge tickets for each of the Bruins home games in the finals. But at the same time, his wallet is lighter by more than three thousand dollars. Still, hes feeling no pain
    on June 12, 2013     Source: 7 News Boston

  2. Corvallis Fire to educate fraternities, sororities about fire sprinklers

    To encourage more Oregon State University sororities and fraternities to install fire sprinklers, the Corvallis Fire Department is inviting fraternity and sorority chapter advisors and housing corporation presidents to a dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the loge level at Reser Stadium.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Corvallis Gazette-Times

  3. Backus Legion scholarship recipients

    Legion Post Manager Terrie Griep (back left) is pictured with students (from left) Shona Nagle, April Sympson, Erin Fiskar, Isabel Lawrence, Tatum Sheley and Autumn Ackermann. Four recipients not pictured due to scheduling conflicts are Drey Loge, Codi Bumgarner, Alexis Smith and Kendra Brasel.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Pilot-Independent


  1. "I was right behind home plate here in the loge level watching the whole play," Wilson said. "I saw everything up to right when the ball went between his legs and everybody stood up. At 12 years old, I didn't have much of a chance (of...
    on Oct 10, 2006 By: Preston Wilson Source: St. Petersburg Times

  2. Braxton describes Pope Benedict XVI as a good, holy and humble man: "His words on the loge of St. Peter's Basilica just moments ago when he introduced himself are typical when he said, 'Doppo. After the great pontificate of John Paul II, the...
    on Apr 19, 2005 By: Edward Braxton Source: KPLC-TV

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