såga

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See also: saga, saaga, Saga, sága, sàga, saĝa, sağa, and säga

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Swedish sagha, equivalent to såg +‎ -a. Cognate with Danish save, Norwegian Bokmål sage, Norwegian Nynorsk saga, sage, Faroese saga, Icelandic saga, Dutch zagen, Afrikaans saag, Saterland Frisian soagje, West Frisian seagje, German sägen, Vilamovian zaagia, Yiddish זעגן (zegn), English saw, Finnish sahata, Esperanto segi, Latin secāre, Catalan segar, Franco-Provençal séyer, French scier, Friulian seâ, Italian secare, segare, Occitan segar, Portuguese segar, Romansch segar, sagear, sger, saer, sgiar, Spanish segar and Venetian segar, siegar.

Verb[edit]

såga (present sågar, preterite sågade, supine sågat, imperative såga)

  1. to saw, to cut something with a saw
  2. to make a motion back and forth similar to cutting something with a saw
  3. to criticize harshly

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