sagene


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sagene

(səˈdʒiːn)
n
1. (Fishing) a fishing net
2. (Units) a Russian measure equal to seven feet

Sagene

 a network, as a railway complex, 1846; a number of fishing nets.
Example: the railway sagene, 1871.
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[Irish and Erse; sagene, Saxon.] A short sword; a knife.
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The Oslo 2 area comprises the districts of Bjerke, Grorud, Grunerlokka, Nordre Aker, Sagene and Stovner.
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