Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In the Philippine Islands, a giant climber, Lens phaseoloides, of the mimosa family, usually growing near the sea, the stems of which are pounded and used as a detergent by the natives. See sea-bean, 1, simitar-pod, match-box bean, and bayogo, with cut.

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  • noun South Africa grandmother; elderly woman
  • noun a girl’s elasticated hair band.

Etymologies

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Zulu ugogo

Examples

  • A new service gogo is hitting the friendly skies and offering WiFi to Virgin America and American Airlines.

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  • So passengers scramble, frantically texting and e-mailing before the doors close, but next month Delta says it will offer a Wi - Fi service called gogo on some of its domestic flights.

    CNN Transcript Aug 5, 2008

  • Om Malik reports straight from the CEO's mouth that Aircell's in-flight broadband service will be called gogo:

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Om Malik reports straight from the CEO's mouth that Aircell's in-flight broadband service will be called gogo:

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Om Malik reports straight from the CEO's mouth that Aircell's in-flight broadband service will be called gogo:

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • But next month, Delta says it will offer a Wi-Fi service called "gogo" on some of its domestic flights.

    CNN Transcript Aug 5, 2008

  • But next month, Delta says it will offer a Wi-Fi service called "gogo" on some of its domestic flights.

    CNN Transcript Aug 9, 2008

  • Dorothy Abdul, the center's coordinator, known as "gogo", or granny by neighborhood children, sits in her office and shows group photographs of toddlers she has helped look after for nearly a decade.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The seeds of "gogo" are very large, lenticular, flattened, 3-4 centimeters in diameter.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

  • Cut in strips and beaten thoroughly between stones it is sold under the name of "gogo"; it is macerated in water, to which it imparts a reddish color, and forms a substitute for soap.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

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