Sage

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A sage is a person of profound wisdom. Sage or SAGE may also refer to:

People[edit]

Plants[edit]

  • Salvia officinalis (common sage), a small evergreen subshrub used as a culinary herb
  • Ornamental and medicinal plants of the mint family, Lamiaceae
    • Salvia, a large genus, containing the common sage
    • Perovskia, a genus of seven species, closely related to Salvia
    • Phlomis, a genus of about 100 species of herbaceous plants, subshrubs and shrubs
  • Artemisia (genus), a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 to 400 species belonging to the daisy family Asteraceae
    • Artemisia tridentata, Sagebrush, Big Sagebrush, Common Sagebrush, Blue Sagebrush, or Black Sagebrush
  • Eriogonum jamesii (Antelope Sage, James's Buckwheat), a perennial herb of the knotweed family Polygonaceae
  • Krascheninnikovia lanata (Winterfat, informally called White Sage), a shrub of the goosefoot family Chenopodiaceae
  • Leucophyllum, a genus of evergreen shrubs in the family Plantaginaceae
  • Tetradymia canescens (Spineless Horsebrush, informally called Black Sage), a shrub of the sunflower family Asteraceae
  • Coastal sage scrub, a low scrubland plant community

Businesses[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Science[edit]

Education[edit]

  • The Sage Colleges, an educational institution in New York
  • The Sage School, a private school in Foxboro, Massachusetts, serving children from kindergarten to grade 8

Places[edit]

United States[edit]

Elsewhere[edit]

  • Sage (North Bay), a neighbourhood in North Bay, Ontario, Canada
  • Sage Nunataks, two ice-free nunataks at the edge of the Ross Ice Shelf of Antarctica

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Military equipment[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Sage (color), a grey-green resembling that of dried sage leaves
  • The Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, England, a centre for musical education, performance and conferences
  • Sage writing, a form of literary non-fiction popular in the Victorian era

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