Other Word Forms of Lodge
Origin of Lodge
From Middle English logge, from Old French loge (“arbor, covered walk-way"), Medieval Latin lobia, laubia, from Frankish *laubija (“shelter"), from Proto-Germanic *laubijō (“arbour, protective roof, shelter made of foliage"), from Proto-Germanic *laubÄ… (“leaf"), from Proto-Indo-European *lōubh- (“the outer parts of a tree, bark, foliage"). Cognate with Old High German louba (“porch, gallery") (German Laube (“bower, arbor")), Old High German loub (“leaf, foliage"), Old English lÄ“af (“leaf, foliage"). Related to lobby, loggia, leaf.
Middle English from Old French loge of Germanic origin
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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