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(PAíS > PAIDíON) (PāGĭNA)

This name derives from the Ancient Greek “país (παῖς) paidíon (παιδίον)”, meaning “son, youthful, child”. The name page or Paget, in its original translation derives from the Latin “pāgĭna”, meaning “page, sheet of papyrus”. In modern times Paige has become a given name, generally given to girls living in North America since the middle of the 20th century, but also occasionally to boys. A page in medieval households was usually a young boy whose service was the first step in his training as a knight.

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