[loj-muh nt] /ˈlɒdʒ mənt/
the act of .
the state of being .
something or deposited.
Military. a position or foothold gained from an enemy, or an entrenchment made upon it.
a place; rooming house.
the act of lodging or the state of being lodged
a blockage or accumulation
a small area gained and held in enemy territory
1590s, from French logement (14c.) “accommodation, lodgings,” from Old French logier (see lodge (v.)).
[loj-pohl] /ˈlɒdʒˌpoʊl/ noun 1. a river in SE Wyoming, SW Nebraska, and NE Colorado, flowing E to the South Platte River. 212 miles (341 km) long.
[loj-pohl] /ˈlɒdʒˌpoʊl/ noun 1. a tall, narrow, slow-growing coniferous tree, Pinus contorta, of western North America, having egg-shaped cones that remain closed for years. 2. the wood of this tree, used as timber.
[loj-er] /ˈlɒdʒ ər/ noun 1. a person who lives in rented quarters in another’s house; roomer. /ˈlɒdʒə/ noun 1. a person who pays rent in return for accommodation in someone else’s house n. early 14c., originally “tent-dweller,” agent noun from lodge (v.). From c.1200 as a surname. Meaning “one who lives in rented rooms” is […]
noun 1. a house in which rooms are rented, especially a house other than an inn or hotel; rooming house. noun 1. a private home providing accommodation and meals for lodgers