See also: vaga, vága, vagá, väga, and Vågå

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish vāgha, from Old Norse vága, from Middle Low German wagen.

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våga ‎(present vågar, preterite vågade, supine vågat, imperative våga)

  1. dare, to have enough courage (to do something)
  2. to wave, to shape (hair) like a wave (våg)

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