If your name is Paige, you are strongly aware of a higher purpose in life, and you are on a journey to help bring spiritual growth both to yourself and to those around you. You have many opportunities to share your learned spiritual wisdom with others as others are naturally attracted to you—with your down-to-earth, charming personality. You always seem to know the right thing to say, and you are able to see the bigger picture in all situations, allowing you to help others reach compromises and fair solutions. With all these skills and talents, you are a natural for work in diplomacy or some type of career in which you work to help others. Be careful, though, to avoid feeling unsure of yourself. This will keep you from making confident and timely decisions. You don’t need to be uncertain . . . your sense and intuition is usually right on track!
Your family and home life are also extremely important to you, and you have extraordinary parenting skills, always patient and understanding with your children. You are all about creating a warm and loving home, and you display remarkable talent in doing so. Just as you work tirelessly to make your home a better place, you also work tirelessly to make the world a better place.
The girls’ name page actually started way back with the Greek word “paidion”, meaning little boy. It was adapted into English – page – in the Middle Ages as the name of an occupation. A page was a servant to a knight. At the age of twenty-one, a page could become a knight himself. Eventually, the occupational name became used as a surname, and then feminized with an “e” to be used as a girls’ first name.
Paige came to popularity as a girls’ name in the United States for the first time in 1952, but it didn’t really come to moderate popularity for another ten years. It began really climbing the popularity charts in the 1980s and found its way to the Top 100 in 1990. There it stayed for 20 years. In addition to its popularity in the United States, Paige has enjoyed popularity in other English-speaking countries.
One of our most famous Paiges is actually a fictional Paige, Paige Matthews is one of the main characters and witches in the television series charmed. Paige Matthews was played by Rose McGowan from the character’s introduction in 2001 until the series’ end in 2006. Another famous page is Paige Wyatt from the Discovery Channel show “American Guns” where she is featured as a high school student and salesperson at Gunsmoke Guns. Actor and director Ron Howard loved the name Paige so much that he gave it to his daughter, Paige Howard.