The words origins date back to the 12th-14th centuries when a story of the families that settled Iceland. The word has its origins in the Middle Ages. In 1709, an antiquarians’ revival to describe the medieval prose narratives of Iceland and Norway. Properly, a narrative composition of Iceland or Norway in the Middle Ages, or one that has their characteristics. The word is now used to describe a very complicated or detailed series of events. It is the kind of long, drawn-out story that can cause the people who hear it to roll their eyes in boredom. For example, if your friend tells you every detail of how she tripped over a rock, broke her ankle, and then got into a car accident on the way to the hospital, etc. Her story would be a saga.
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