Etymology
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Saratoga

place in New York state, early recorded as saraghtogo and apparently the name is from an Iroquoian language, but it is of unknown meaning. In reference to a kind of large trunk by 1858; so called because it was much used by ladies traveling to the summer resort of Saratoga.

updated on December 22, 2021

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Definitions of Saratoga from WordNet
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
Etymologies are not definitions. From wordnet.princeton.edu, not affiliated with etymonline.