Sega

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See also: sega, segá, segà, and segā

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Etymology[edit]

From Japanese セガ (Sega), an abbreviation of English service games, because the company's earliest products were aimed at American servicemen on military bases.

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Sega

  1. (video games) A Japanese video game developer and publisher and manufacturer of arcade games and formerly of video game consoles.

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Noun[edit]

Sega (plural Segas)

  1. Any of various video game consoles manufactured by this company.
    • 2007, S. Westwood, Suicide Junkie:
      I would lay in bed for a few hours playing games on my Sega, getting totally absorbed in it as though it were all real and then I would sleep for the rest of the day.

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Romanization[edit]

Sega

  1. Rōmaji transcription of セガ