Understand “Savage” Through Etymology

 The Etymology of “Savage”

The word “savage” comes from the Latin part “sav”  (wild) & the French suffix “age” (one who). We describe people, animals, or things as “savage” when they are wild, or undomesticated, or untamed.

The Etymology of Savage


Hey, wild thing! 😀
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