to lodge (someone in a hotel): to accommodate, to house, to give a room to (someone in a hotel)
When Horatio first arrived to San Francisco, he was lodged at Bruno's parents' house, he then moved to a youth hostel.
to have (a bullet) lodged (in the arm): to have (a bullet) stuck (in the arm)
The doctors found a carrot lodged in the dead man's head. They are still trying to remove it.
a lodge: a hotel, a cabin, a house
a lodging: an accommodation, a home, a living space
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