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Saga in English
legend, tale of heroic adventures

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Saga in Greek
σκανδιναυικός μύθος

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Saga in Chinese (s)
传说, 冒险故事, 英雄事迹

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Saga in Chinese (t)
傳說, 冒險故事, 英雄事跡

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Saga in Arabic
الساغة قصة, قصة ملحمية, كل قصة زاخرة بالأعمال البطولية, قصة طويلة

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Saga in Spanish
saga, epopeya

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Saga in Russian
сага, сказание

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Saga in Dutch
romancyclus

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Saga in Portuguese
saga, conto lendário, lenda

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Saga in Turkish
destan, efsane, iskandinav masalı

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Saga in Italian
(lett.) saga, leggenda, racconto di avventure eroiche

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Saga in French
saga, épopée, légende, récit d'aventures héroïques; mythe, récit

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Saga in German
Sage; Märchen; Heldenepos

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Saga in Japanese
サガ, 武勇伝

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Saga in Hebrew
הגדה, סיפור עלילה, סאגה

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Saga in Korean
전설, 영웅적인 모험 이야기

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Saga in Swedish
saga, legend

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Saga in English
Saga, Sogn [cf Icelandic sogn from segja to tell, proclaim; Anglo-Saxon secgan, English say, Swedish saga] In the Scandinavian languages, something spoken, a saw, tale, or report which, like the Greek logos, refers both to an oral tradition and to the written history which ensued.
In Norse mythology, the name of an asynja (goddess) who occupies a world named Sokvaback (deep river) where she shares with Odin the draft of wisdom in golden goblets. Symbolically she represents the wisdom gained from experience of all the past, whether of humans or worlds. The sagor (plural of saga, stories) were the purveyors of wisdom.


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saga
\sa"ga\ (sā"g&adot;), n.; pl. sagas (-g&adot;z). [icel., akin to e. saw a saying. see say, and cf. saw.] a scandinavian legend, or heroic or mythic tradition, among the norsemen and kindred people; a northern european popular historical or religious tale of olden time. and then the blue-eyed norseman told a saga of the days of old.
saga
n : an narrative telling the adventures of a hero or a family; originally (12th to 14th centuries) a story of the families that settled iceland and their descendants but now any prose narrative that resembles such an account


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SaGa may refer to:
  • Makai Toushi Sa·Ga, a video game known as The Final Fantasy Legend outside of Japan
  • SaGa (series), a video game series by Square Enix
  • SaGa (band), a Japanese band known for singing the themes to the Viewtiful Joe (anime) series

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Sagas are stories about ancient Scandinavian and Germanic history, about early Viking voyages, the battles that took place during the voyages, about migration to Iceland and of feuds between Icelandic families. They were written in the Old Norse language, mainly in Iceland. "Saga" is a word originating from Old Norse or Icelandic language ("Saga" is also the modern Icelandic word for "story"). Saga is a cognate of the English word say: its various meanings in Icelandic are approximately equivalent to "something said" or "a narrative in prose", somewhat along the lines of a "story", a "tale", or a "history".

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Sagas, are stories in Old Norse about ancient Scandinavian and Germanic history, etc.

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In Norse mythology, Sága (, possibly meaning "seeress") is a goddess associated with the location Sökkvabekkr (; "sunken bank", "sunken bench", or "treasure bank"). At Sökkvabekkr, Sága and the god Odin merrily drink as cool waves flow. Both Sága and Sökkvabekkr are attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholars have proposed theories about the implications of the goddess and her associated location, including that the location may be connected to the goddess Frigg's fen residence Fensalir and that Sága may be another name for Frigg.

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saga

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Meaning
A type of popular novel set in middle England, populated by the middle classes of the type that typically own Aga cookers. Often used to describe the works of Joanna Trollope.
Origin
1990s origin.

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Noun
1. a narrative telling the adventures of a hero or a family; originally (12th to 14th centuries) a story of the families that settled Iceland and their descendants but now any prose narrative that resembles such an account
(hypernym) adventure story, heroic tale


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Studies, Analysis, and Gaming Agency

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N F
witch| sorceress| wise woman

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n. [WPI] A cuspy but bogus raving story about N random broken people.
Here is a classic example of the saga form, as told by Guy L. Steele:Jon L. White (login name JONL) and I (GLS) were office mates at MITfor many years. One April, we both flew from Boston to Californiafor a week on research business, to consult face-to-face with somepeople at Stanford, particularly our mutual friend Richard P. Gabriel (RPG; see gabriel ).
RPG picked us up at the San Francisco airport and drove us back toPalo Alto (going logical south on route 101, parallel toEl Camino Bignum ). Palo Alto is adjacent to StanfordUniversity and about 40 miles south of San Francisco. We ate atThe Good Earth, a `health food' restaurant, very popular, thesort whose milkshakes all contain honey and protein powder. JONLordered such a shake -- the waitress claimed the flavor of the daywas "lalaberry". I still have no idea what that might be, but itbecame a running joke. It was the color of raspberry, and JONLsaid it tasted rather bitter. I ate a better tostada there than Ihave ever had in a Mexican restaurant.
After this we went to the local Uncle Gaylord's Old Fashioned IceCream Parlor. They make ice cream fresh daily, in a variety ofintriguing flavors. It's a chain, and they have a slogan: "If youdon't live near an Uncle Gaylord's -- MOVE!" Also, UncleGaylord (a real person) wages a constant battle to force big-nameice cream makers to print their ingredients on the package (likeair and plastic and other non-natural garbage). JONL and I hadfirst discovered Uncle Gaylord's the previous August, when we hadflown to a computer-science conference in Berkeley, California, thefirst time either of us had been on the West Coast. When not inthe conference sessions, we had spent our time wandering the lengthof Telegraph Avenue, which (like Harvard Square in Cambridge) waslined with picturesque street vendors and interesting little shops. On that street we discovered Uncle Gaylord's Berkeley store. Theice cream there was very good. During that August visit JONL wentabsolutely bananas (so to speak) over one particular flavor, gingerhoney.
Therefore, after eating at The Good Earth -- indeed, after everylunch and dinner and before bed during our April visit -- a tripto Uncle Gaylord's (the one in Palo Alto) was mandatory. We hadarrived on a Wednesday, and by Thursday evening we had been thereat least four times. Each time, JONL would get ginger honey icecream, and proclaim to all bystanders that "Ginger was the spicethat drove the Europeans mad! That's why they sought a route tothe East! They used it to preserve their otherwise off-tastemeat." After the third or fourth repetition RPG and I weregetting a little tired of this spiel, and began to paraphrase him:"Wow! Ginger! The spice that makes rotten meat taste good!" "Say! Why don't we find some dog that's been run over and sat inthe sun for a week and put some ginger on it for dinner?!" "Right! With a lalaberry shake!" And so on. This failed tofaze JONL; he took it in good humor, as long as we kept returningto Uncle Gaylord's. He loves ginger honey ice cream.
Now RPG and his then-wife KBT (Kathy Tracy) were putting us up(putting up with us?) in their home for our visit, so to thank themJONL and I took them out to a nice French restaurant of theirchoosing. I unadventurously chose the filet mignon, and KBT hadje ne sais quoi du jour, but RPG and JONL had lapin(rabbit). (Waitress: "Oui, we have fresh rabbit, freshtoday." RPG: "Well, JONL, I guess we won't need anyginger!")
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Country name:
conventional long form: none
conventional short form: Japan
Government type:
constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government
Capital:
Tokyo
Administrative divisions:
47 prefectures; Aichi, Akita, Aomori, Chiba, Ehime, Fukui, Fukuoka, Fukushima, Gifu, Gumma, Hiroshima, Hokkaido, Hyogo, Ibaraki, Ishikawa, Iwate, Kagawa, Kagoshima, Kanagawa, Kochi, Kumamoto, Kyoto, Mie, Miyagi, Miyazaki, Nagano, Nagasaki, Nara, Niigata, Oita, Okayama, Okinawa, Osaka, Saga, Saitama, Shiga, Shimane, Shizuoka, Tochigi, Tokushima, Tokyo, Tottori, Toyama, Wakayama, Yamagata, Yamaguchi, Yamanashi
Independence:
660 BC (traditional founding by Emperor JIMMU)
National holiday:
Birthday of Emperor AKIHITO, 23 December (1933)
Constitution:
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20 years of age; universal
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    Saga Communications, Inc.
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    Acquires, develops and operates fm and am radio stations, and television stations.

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    (pl. )
    of Sagum
       (n.)
    A Scandinavian legend, or heroic or mythic tradition, among the Norsemen and kindred people; a northern European popular historical or religious tale of olden time.
      

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    Saga in Greek
    (Lex**) μακρύ περιπετειώδες μυθιστόρημα

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    Ουσ. είδος σκανδιναβικού έπους//
    μακρά και μεγάλη εξιστόρηση ηρωικών κατορθωμάτων, μακροσκελές διήγημα//
    θρύλος

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    Saga in Interlingua
    saga

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    Saga in Arabic

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    الساغة : قصة ايسلندية قديمة زاخرة بالأعمال البطولية = كل قصة زاخرة بالأعمال البطولية

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    ألاسم

    الساغة قصة; قصة ملحمية; كل قصة زاخرة باّعمال البطولية; قصة طويلة


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    Saga in Indonesian
    cerita lama kepahlawanan,hikayat

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    hikayat
    my child #19

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    hikayat

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    Saga in Spanish
    (n.) = saga, epopeya.
    Ex: The economically told chronicle of Slake's adventures is more than a survival saga.
    ----
    * Norse Sagas, The = Sagas Nórdicas, Las.


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    Saga in Russian
    [n.] сага, сказание

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    (n) сага; семейная хроника; сказание о подвигах героев

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    сага

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    n. сага, сказание Syn: narrative

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    Saga in Turkish
    destan

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    destan

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    i. destan.

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    i. destan.

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    destan

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    Saga in Thai
    nc. ซ้ากะ (U.)
    1. เทพนิยายของยุโรปตอนเหนือ
    2. นวนิยายที่เกี่ยวกับตระกูลๆหนึ่ง (=saga novel)
    3. เทพนิยายวีรชน
    4. การบรรยายอย่างละเอียดขนาดยาว

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    (ซา'กะ) n. นิยายเล่าลือเกี่ยวกับการผจญภัยและความกล้าหาญ,นิยายลำดับเหตุการณ์สมาชิกครอบครัวหรือวงค์ตระกูลหรือกลุ่มของสังคม ,การเล่าอย่างยืดยาว

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    นิยายเกี่ยวกับความกล้าหาญ

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    Saga in Vietnamese

    ◊ danh từ

    ▪ Xaga (truyện dân gian của các dân tộc Bắc-Âu về một nhân vật, một dòng họ...)

    ▪ truyện chiến công

    ▪ (như) saga_novel



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    Saga in Romanian
    roman al unei familii;saga;legenda

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    1. saga , epopee nordica ; legenda nordica
    2. legenda , povestire
    3. roman al unei familii

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    saga

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    saga, legenda nordica

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    Saga in Catalan
    s LIT saga | història

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    Saga in Polish
    saga f I related some of the episodes of my domestic saga... sage (BOT ) szałwia f (person ) mędrzec m

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    saga; epos; epopeja; legenda

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    Saga in French
    saga ['sA:gB] n Liter saga f;
    saga (novel), roman-fleuve m, pl romans-fleuves;
    F the continuing saga of our washing machine, le feuilleton de notre machine à laver.

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    Saga in Bulgarian
    сага; сказание;

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    ['sa:g@] n лит. 1. сага, исландска хроника; 2. сказание, предани

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    ['sa:gъ] n лит. 1. сага, исландска хроника; 2. сказание, предание; героичен епос; З. дълъг семеен роман (и ~ novel); хроника; дълга история.

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    Saga in Croatian
    legenda

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    saga , pripovijetka o junačkim djelima i doživljajima

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    saga

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    Saga in German
    Sage

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    Saga in Persian
    حماسه‌، حماسه‌ اسكاندويناوي‌

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    حماسه، حماسه اسكاندويناوي

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    حماسه اسکاندويناوى

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    حماسه‌ ، حماسه‌ اسكاندويناوي‌

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    ‎ّ‘÷‏ّ¢÷‘î¨گ ù¨‘ُں ٹ ù¨‘ُں

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    Saga in Hungarian
    családregény, monda

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    családregény; monda

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    monda,családregény

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    Saga in Serbian
    Legenda-Saga-Predanje

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    Saga in Mongolian
    n. тууль.

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    үлгэр, домог, тууль

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    Saga in Swedish
    hjältesaga

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    Saga in Urdu
    n. daastaan/kahaani

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    Saga in Slovak
    saga

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