MEANING: noun: 1. A long narrative of heroic exploits. 2. A long detailed report.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old Norse, literally (narrative). Originally, a saga was an Old Norse or Icelandic prose narrative dealing with historic or legendary figures. Earliest documented use: 1709.


SHAGA - a parasitic disease caused by a trypanosome, endemic to Mexico, Central and South America

SPAGA - a large hunk of pasta; a little one is a Spaghet, pl. Spaghetti

SANGA - Funiculi, Funicula emerging from a bar in Milan