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Lodge is originally a term for a relatively small building, often associated with a larger one. It may refer to:

Buildings and structures[edit]

  • Beaver, an aquatic mammal that builds dams, inside of which are one or more dwellings called lodges
  • The houses used by the Chi Psi fraternity chapters are often called lodges
  • Gatehouse or "gate lodge", a building round the entrance of a larger building
  • Hunting lodge, a building that is built to accommodate hunters
  • Porters' lodge, a place near the entrance of a building where one or more porters can be found to respond to enquiries from the public and direct them around the building
  • Safari lodge, also called a game lodge, a type of tourist accommodation in southern and eastern Africa
  • Ski lodge, a building that is purpose-built to support the sport of snow skiing, can be a single family dwelling or a ski resort's base of operations
  • Sweat lodge, a ceremonial structure used by Native Americans
  • Tipi, a conical tent, traditionally made of animal skins, and wooden poles, used by the Native American nomadic tribes of the Great Plains
  • Wigwam, a domed, round shelter used by numerous Native American cultures, with highly variable construction by area



The Lodge[edit]

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