Balcony means a platform with a railing that sticks out from the outside wall of the upper floor of a building.(noun)
The platform at Buckingham Palace where the Queen waives to her subjects is an example of a balcony.
The definition of a balcony is a row of seats in the upper floor of a theater or auditorium.(noun)
The place where President Lincoln was sitting when he was assassinated is an example of a balcony.
See balcony in Webster's New World College Dictionary
noun pl. balconies
Origin: It balcone < Langobardic *balko-, akin to OHG balcho, beam: for IE base see balk
See balcony in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. bal·co·nies
Origin: Italian balcone
Origin: , from Old Italian, scaffold
Origin: , of Germanic origin.
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