Sage Name Meaning & Origin

Sage

Pronunciation: SAYJ (key)

Origin of the name Sage:

Derived from the vocabulary word sage which denotes a type of plant regarded by many to have special healing and cleansing properties.

From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.

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Nicknames for Sage

Sagie
Say
Gigi
Sarrie
Sarge
Gage
Ase
Ace
Sager
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Meanings and history of the name Sage

A sage is a person of profound wisdom.
Sage the wise one.
Sage is also an herb used in cooking.
Sage also means prophet.
In flower language, the plant sage symbolises esteem.

Famous real-life people named Sage

Sage Florence Galafassi (b. 2007), daughter of Australian actress and musician Toni Collette
Sage Ann Roberts (b. 2011), daughter of American news anchor and reporter Kyra Phillips and Canadian-born television journalist John Roberts
Sage the Gemini - stage name of rapper Dominic Wynn Woods

Sage in song, story & screen

Sage & Spirit by The Grateful Dead (song).

Cedar, Sweet Grass, and Sage by Bill Miller (song).

Sage by Sense Field (song; explicit).

“Live and learn from fools and
From sages” -Dream On by Aerosmith (song).

Sage Waits by Serafin (song).

“Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme“ - Scarborough Fair by Simon & Garfunkel (song).

Riders of the Purple Sage (1996 movie)

Riders of the Purple Sage by Zane Grey (book)

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