There are 3 definitions of gage in English:

gage1

Syllabification: gage
Pronunciation: /ɡāj
 
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archaic

noun

1A valued object deposited as a guarantee of good faith.
More example sentences
  • The same process, involving distraints and blockade, may be used not only in pleas begun by writ, but also in pleas begun by gage and pledge.
1.1A pledge, especially a glove, thrown down as a symbol of a challenge to fight.

verb

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Offer (a thing or one’s life) as a guarantee of good faith.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French gage (noun), gager (verb), of Germanic origin; related to wage and wed.

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There are 3 definitions of gage in English:

gage2

Syllabification: gage
Pronunciation: /ɡāj
 
/

noun & verb

Variant spelling of gauge.

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There are 3 definitions of gage in English:

gage3

Syllabification: gage
Pronunciation: /ɡāj
 
/

noun

Another term for greengage.

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