Per"son*age (?), n. [F. personnage.]

1.

Form, appearance, or belongings of a person; the external appearance, stature, figure, air, and the like, of a person.

"In personage stately."

Hayward.

The damsel well did view his personage. Spenser.

2.

Character assumed or represented.

"The actors and personages of this fable." Broome. "Disguised in a false personage." Addison.

3.

A notable or distinguished person; a conspicious or peculiar character; as, an illustrious personage; a comely personage of stature tall.

Spenser.

 

© Webster 1913.

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