Rate this name:
1) Derived from the English vocabulary word sage = 'wise', via Old French sage = 'wise', 'knowledgeable', 'learned', 'shrewd', 'skillful', Gallo-Roman *sabius and Vulgar Latin *sapius, from Latin sapere = 'have a taste', 'have good taste', 'be wise'
2) Derived from the kind of herb (Lat. Salvia officinalis), via Old French sauge from Latin salvia, from salvus = 'healthy'. So called for its healing and preserving qualities.
Sage is a name used among immigrants from English-speaking countries, but is very rarely used in the Nordic countries by people without an immigration background
|Female ♀||Male ♂|
|#: count of main first name only|
|&: count of both main and additional first names|
| Name counts are approximate as statistics normally is not published
for names given to less than 3 or 5 persons per country.
No recent statistics trend found in databases for Sage.