Tage - translation to English
Diclib.com
Online Dictionary

Tage - translation to English

MALE GIVEN NAME

Tage         
Tagus, a European river, flows into the North Atlantic

Wikipedia

Tage

Tage is a masculine given name with Danish origins. People with the name include:

  • Tage Åsén (born 1943), Swedish artist
  • Tage Aurell (1895–1976), Swedish journalist and novelist
  • Tage Brauer (1894–1988), Swedish athlete
  • Tage Danielsson (1928–1985), Swedish writer and comedian
  • Tage Frid (1915–2004), Danish-born woodworker and teacher
  • Tage Ekfeldt (1926–2005), Swedish sprinter
  • Tage Erlander (1901–1985), 25th Prime Minister of Sweden
  • Tage Flisberg (1917–1989), Swedish table tennis player
  • Tage Fahlborg (1912–2005), Swedish canoeist
  • Tage Grøndahl (1931–2014), Danish rower
  • Tage Grönwall (1903–1988), Swedish diplomat
  • Tage Henriksen (1925–2016), Danish rower
  • Tage Holmberg (1913–1989), Swedish film editor
  • Tage Johnson (1878–1950), Swedish rower
  • Tage Jönsson (1920–2001), Swedish racewalker
  • Tage Jørgensen (1918–1999), Danish fencer
  • Tage Lindbom (1909–2001), Swedish political writer
  • Tage Lundin (1933–2019), Swedish biathlete
  • Tage Madsen (1919–2004), Danish badminton player
  • Tage Møller (1914–2006), Danish cyclist
  • Tage Nielsen (1929–2003), Danish composer
  • Tage Olihn (1908–1996), Swedish Army lieutenant general
  • Tage Pettersen (born 1972), Norwegian politician
  • Tage Reedtz-Thott (1839–1923), Danish politician
  • Tage Schultz (1916–1983), Danish field hockey player
  • Tage Skou-Hansen (1925–2015), Danish writer
  • Tage Thompson (born 1997), American hockey player
  • Tage Juhl Weirum (born 1949), Danish wrestler
  • Tage William-Olsson (1888–1960), Swedish architect
  • Tage Wissnell (1905–1984), Swedish swimmer and footballer
  • Dan Tage Larsson (1948–), Swedish musician who gave rock band Tages their name
Examples of use of Tage
1. La mémoire cellulaire d‘une Afrique entrée par le Tage.
2. Jahrhundert (quatre volumes, 1'56–1'60) et Tage des Ueberlebens.
3. Errance le long du fleuve Tage, qui s‘ouvre sur trois continents.
4. Les travaux de vo$';tage vont se dérouler par étapes entre 1812 et 1'60 et, désormais, seules les parties situées en amont de la ville sont encore visibles.
5. Avec sa biblioth';que, ses salons opulents, son restaurant et son jardin sur le Tage, le Grémio est encore l‘une des académies les plus distinguées d‘Europe.