Etymology
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gazebo (n.)

1752, supposedly a facetious formation from gaze + -bo, Latin first person singular future tense suffix (as in videbo "I shall see"), on model of earlier belvedere "cupola," from Italian, literally "a fair sight." But according to OED perhaps rather a corruption of some oriental word.

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Definitions of gazebo

gazebo (n.)
a small roofed building affording shade and rest;
Synonyms: summerhouse
From wordnet.princeton.edu