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Great mcmtanyel 2019-01-02 19:51

Hello Chris,
I wonder if the English word lodge comes from the Italian loggia. This is a very pretty view, looking up from its courtyard.
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MT

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Old 01-03-2019, 07:15 AM
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Hi Murat

'Lodge' comes from old French 'loge' with modern French 'loger'. France was ruled by the Romans for over 500 years so there is a lot of Latin still used and it's classed as a Romantic language. Britain was ruled by the French Normans from 1066 to 1201 ad, so that's probably how loggia found its way into English.
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