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zaga f. (Noun) "rear"
12th cent. From Andalusian Arabic sáqa 'id.' From Arabic sāqah "rearguard."
Variants: Andalusia azagador (trashumance) "royal path for cattle," azagar "to drive cattle in a line," probably borrowed from Aragonese azagar
Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Aragonese azagar "to drive cattle in a line," Catalan assagador "farmer's path"