(in 'curious Aagje', a curious person)

After the main character in Kluchtigh Avontuurtje van 't Nieuwsgierigh Aeghje van Enckhuysen (1655).

The work probably dates from the humorous poet Jan Zoet (1610-1674) van Amsterdam and tells about an Aagje who sails with her neighbour, a skipper, to Antwerp and is lured into a brothel there.

Closely related to Trijntje Cornelis, a farce from 1653 by Constantijn Huygens, which is about a Dutch skipper's wife who is drunk in Antwerp and wakes up on a dung heap.

The content can be found in the Decameron, source of many farces and comedies in the seventeenth century.