Etymology
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Saratoga

in reference to a kind of large trunk, 1858, so called because it was much used by ladies traveling to the summer resort of Saratoga, N.Y. The name, early recorded as saraghtogo, apparently is from an Iroquoian language, but it is of unknown origin.

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Definitions of Saratoga
1
saratoga (n.)
a species of large fish found in Australian rivers;
Synonyms: Australian arowana / Dawson River salmon / spotted barramundi / spotted bonytongue / Scleropages leichardti
2
Saratoga (n.)
a battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated;
Synonyms: battle of Saratoga
From wordnet.princeton.edu