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sego

[see-goh] /ˈsi goʊ/
noun, plural segos.
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Origin of sego
1850-1855
1850-55, Americanism; < Southern Paiute siγoʔo
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  • They sensed what the polls soon showed: that the latest episode of the sego Show squandered a year of hard-earned party progress.

    France's Sarah Palin Eric Pape November 26, 2009
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