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- As an English and French surname, from sage, a nickname for a wise person. The given name, in general use since the 1990s, is also associated with the sage plant. Compare Desage, Lesage.
- As an Irish surname, variant of Savage.
- As a German surname, from a placename derived from the noun sege (“sedge”) (see sedge).
- A surname transferred from the nickname.
- A male given name from English.
- 1974, Alison Lurie, The War Between the Tates: A Novel, Open Road Media, published 2012, →ISBN:
- She wanted to give the child a unique, meaningful name; among those she and Linda liked, she said, were Laurel and Lavender. Or if it was a boy, perhaps Sage . “Why not Spinach or Cabbage?” Brian had scoffed.
- A female given name from English.
- (Wicca) One of the triune gods of the Horned God in Wicca, representing a man, older than a middle-aged Father and boyish Master
- A place name:
- A neighbourhood along Trout Lake Road, city of North Bay, Ontario, Canada.
- An unincorporated community in Izard County, Arkansas, United States.
- A census-designated place in Riverside County, California, United States.
- An unincorporated community in Burnet County, Texas, United States.
- A ghost town in Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States.
Sage f (genitive Sage, plural Sagen)
Declension of Sage [feminine]