Waage

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From Middle High German wāge, from Old High German wāga, from Proto-Germanic *wēgǭ, *wēgō (weight; balance, scale). The second a was introduced in 1927 to distinguish it from Wagen. More at wey.

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Waage f (genitive Waage, plural Waagen)

  1. scales (weighing machine)
  2. Libra (astronomy and astrology)

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Waage

  1. A surname​.