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Aage

Aage is a given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Aage Bendixen (1887–1973), Danish actor
  • Aage Berntsen (1885–1952), Danish Olympic fencer, doctor writer and artist
  • Aage Bohr (1922–2009), Danish nuclear physicist and Nobel laureate, son of Niels Bohr
  • Aage Borchgrevink (born 1969), Norwegian writer and literary critic
  • Aage Brix (1894–1963), former Danish soccer forward
  • Aage Dons (1903–1993), Danish writer
  • Aage Emborg (1883–1953), Danish composer
  • Aage Eriksen (born 1917), Norwegian wrestler and Olympic medallist in Greco-Roman wrestling
  • Aage Fønss (1887–1976), Danish opera singer and actor
  • Aage Fahrenholtz (born 1901), Danish boxer
  • Aage Foss (1885–1952), Danish film actor
  • Aage Frandsen (1890–1968), Danish gymnast
  • Aage Giødesen (1863–1939), Danish painter
  • Aage Høy-Petersen (1898–1967), Danish sailor
  • Aage Haugland (1944–2000), Danish operatic bass
  • Aage Heimann (1900–1956), Danish field hockey player
  • Aage Indahl (born 1946), Norwegian doctor and health researcher
  • Aage Jørgensen (1900–1972), Danish gymnast
  • Aage Jepsen Sparre (1460–1540), Danish priest, archbishop of Lund 1523–1532
  • Aage Kirkegaard (1914–1992), Danish field hockey player
  • Aage Krarup Nielsen (1891–1972), travel writer
  • Aage Kvalbein (born 1947), Norwegian cellist and a professor in cello at the Norwegian Academy of Music
  • Aage Larsen (born 1923), Danish rower
  • Aage Leidersdorff (1910–1970), Danish Olympic fencer
  • Aage Marius Hansen (1890–1980), Danish gymnast
  • Aage Neutzsky-Wulff (1891–1967), Danish writer and poet
  • Aage Oxenvad (1884–1944), Danish clarinettist
  • Aage Rasmussen (1889–1983), Danish photographer and track and field athlete
  • Aage Redal (1891–1950), Danish stage and film actor
  • Aage Rou Jensen (1924–2009), Danish international footballer
  • Aage Roussel (1901– ?), Danish archaeologist and historian
  • Aage Rundberget (born 1947), Norwegian judge and civil servant
  • Aage Samuelsen (1915–1987), Norwegian evangelist, singer and composer
  • Aage Skavlan (1847–1920), Norwegian historian
  • Aage Steen (1900–1982), Norwegian boxer
  • Aage Stentoft (1914–1990), Danish composer, film score composer and theatre director
  • Aage Tanggaard (born 1957), Danish jazz drummer and record producer
  • Aage Thor Falkanger (born 1965), Norwegian judge and legal scholar
  • Aage Vestøl (born 1922), Norwegian chess player
  • Aage Walther (1897–1961), Danish gymnast
  • Aage Winther-Jørgensen (1900–1967), Danish actor
  • Bjørn Aage Ibsen (1915–2007), Danish anesthetist and founder of intensive-care medicine
  • Carl Aage Hilbert (1899–1953), the Danish Prefect of the Faroe Islands 1936–1945
  • Count Aage of Rosenborg (1887–1940), Danish prince and officer of the French Foreign Legion
  • Kai Aage Bruun (1899–1971), Danish music writer, critic and composer
  • Kaj Aage Gunnar Strand (1907–2000), Danish astronomer who worked in Denmark and the U.S.A.
  • Karl Aage Hansen (1921–1990), Danish football player
  • Karl Aage Præst (born 1922), Danish former football player
  • Karl Aage Rasmussen (born 1947), Danish composer, writer and organizer
  • Knud Aage Nielsen, retired male badminton player from Denmark
  • Nils Aage Jegstad (born 1950), Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party
  • Per Aage Brandt (born 1944), Danish writer, poet, and linguist
  • Svend Aage Castella (1890–1938), Danish amateur football (soccer) player
  • Svend Aage Jensby (born 1940), Danish politician representing the Liberal Party
  • Svend Aage Madsen (born 1939), Danish novelist
  • Svend Aage Rask (born 1935), Danish footballer
  • Tom Aage Aarnes (born 1977), retired Norwegian ski jumper