tåg

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See also: TAG, Tag, tag, and tág

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German toge, toch, from Old Saxon *tugi, from Proto-Germanic *tugiz. Cognate with Dutch teug, German Zug, Old English tyge.

Swedes would make no difference between tåg in vikingatåg (viking raid), korståg (crusade), fälttåg, krigståg, and plundringståg (pillage raid), but in Danish they use different words, indicating different etymologies:

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

tåg n

  1. a railroad train (string of waggons)
  2. a train, a march, a military campaign, a caravan (string of people walking)
  3. a raid, a journey
  4. a rope

Declension[edit]

Related terms[edit]

railroad train
procession
raid
rope

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