See also: Haag and håg

DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Dutch hāge, haghe, from Old Dutch *hago, from Proto-West Germanic *hagō, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *hagô (hedge), from Proto-Indo-European *kaghon. Cognate with English haw.

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NounEdit

haag f (plural hagen, diminutive haagje n)

  1. A hedge, thicket of woody bushes planted in a row
  2. A lane, (often double) row of lined-up persons or objects, as for a formal guard of honor inspection
  3. (obsolete) Undergrowth, a dense low forest

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  • Negerhollands: haschee

Norwegian NynorskEdit

AdjectiveEdit

haag (masculine and feminine haag, neuter haagt, definite singular and plural haage, comparative hægre, indefinite superlative hægst, definite superlative hægste)

  1. obsolete typography of håg