- Paige fem. proper name, also a family name, variant of PAGE (Cf. page) (n.2) "young servant."
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Paige — was originally an English surname, a spelling variation of Page, derived from an Old French word meaning young helper , similar to the English word page or pageboy .In modern times Paige has become a given name, generally given to girls in North… … Wikipedia
Paige — ist der Familienname (ursprüngliche Bedeutung „Page“) folgender Personen: David Abbey Paige (1901–1979), US amerikanischer (Expeditions ) Maler und Kameramann Elaine Paige (* 1948), britische Sängerin und Schauspielerin, vor allem in Musicals… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Paige — f A modern female given name used regularly in America, but seldom elsewhere. It is evidently a transferred use of the surname Paige, a less common variant of Page, originally an occupational name given to someone who served as a page to a great… … First names dictionary
Paige — Paige, Satch|ell (1906 82) a US ↑baseball player, famous as a ↑pitcher, who played in the National Negro Leagues from 1926 to 1947, and became one of the first black players in the Major Leagues when he joined the Cleveland Indians team in 1948 … Dictionary of contemporary English
paige — paige·ite; … English syllables
Paige — noun United States baseball player; a black pitcher noted for his longevity (1906 1982) • Syn: ↑Satchel Paige, ↑Leroy Robert Paige • Instance Hypernyms: ↑ballplayer, ↑baseball player * * * /payj/, n. Leroy Robert ( Satchel ) … Useful english dictionary
Paige — I. biographical name Roderick R. 1933 United States secretary of education (2001 ) II. biographical name Satchel 1906? 1982 Leroy Robert Paige American baseball player … New Collegiate Dictionary
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Paige — /payj/, n. Leroy Robert ( Satchel ) 1906 82, U.S. baseball player. * * * … Universalium
Paige — noun a) a variant of Page. b) of American usage, derived from the surname … Wiktionary