Of Latin origin.

A unisex name.

From the Latin word “sapius”, meaning “man of profound wisdom”.

Sage is also a herb, “salvia officinalis”. A perennial short woody plant, member of the “mint” or “deadnettle” family.

Also associated with the Latin word “salvus”, meaning “saved”, “healthy”, “unharmed”.

Sage has flowers of blue or purple flowers which bloom during the summer.

Sage spice was used for centuries for healing purposes.

Other forms of the name are Saje, Sayge, Sagen.

Famous bearers are Sage Brocklebank, Sage Stallone, Sage Kotsenburg, Sage Reynolds, Sage Correa.