- balcony ► NOUN (pl. balconies) 1) an enclosed platform on the outside of a building, with access from an upper-floor window or door. 2) the highest tier of seats in a theatre or cinema.DERIVATIVES balconied adjective.ORIGIN Italian balcone.
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Balconied — Bal co*nied, a. Having balconies. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
balconied — adjective having balconies or a balcony the balconied houses of New Orleans • Ant: ↑unbalconied … Useful english dictionary
balconied — adjective see balcony … New Collegiate Dictionary
balconied — See balcony. * * * … Universalium
balconied — adjective That has a balcony attached … Wiktionary
balconied — adj. having a balcony, having a porch … English contemporary dictionary
balconied — bal·co·nied … English syllables
balcony — balconied, adj. /bal keuh nee/, n., pl. balconies. 1. a balustraded or railed elevated platform projecting from the wall of a building. 2. a gallery in a theater. [1610 20; < It balcone balcony, floor length window < Langobardic (cf. OHG balc(h)o … Universalium
balcony — noun (plural nies) Etymology: Italian balcone, from Old Italian, large window, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German balko beam more at balk Date: 1618 1. a platform that projects from the wall of a building and is enclosed by a parapet or… … New Collegiate Dictionary
Minaret — For the mountain formation, see Minarets (California). Crescent on a minaret in Azerbaijan … Wikipedia