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A Gogo

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"A Gogo" a.k.a. "À Gogo" is a musical album of Patty Larkin.

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A Gogo a.k.a. À gogo is a term borrowed from French that is often used in popular culture, especially in the field of music and dancing. While originally used to lend a cosmopolitan feel to subjects, in modern usage, it tends more toward an ironic, campy appeal.

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Google previewThe BreakBeat Poets (2015)

New American Poetry in the Age of Hip-Hop by Kevin Coval, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Nate Marshall

A GoGo is a form of gathering and being a form of gathering, it is also a form of community organizing even if it is only held together by the ritual of dancing and our need to enter the freak-a-deke zone. e moment you add community news ...

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Foreign Expressions (1984)

by B. A. Phythian

a gogo [Fr.] In abundance. (a-GOH-goh) agonistes [Gk.] Struggling with a powerful opponent. (agon-ISS- teez) agora [Gk.] Place of public assembly. Market-place. (AG-oh-ra) Hence agoraphobia.

Google previewHippie Dictionary (2013)

A Cultural Encyclopedia of the 1960s and 1970s by John Bassett Mccleary

Originally, the term was French, "a gogo," meaning loosely "galore.” There was once a Parisian club called “Whiskey a Gogo." agricultural astrology a type of astrology concerned with the planting and harvesting of crops. a grip, grip, or get a ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of Word Origins (2010)

by Julia Cresswell

The French-coined 1960s phrase a gogo, meaning 'galore', comes from the same root . a gogo see AGOG agony [LME] Agony referred originally only to mental anguish .

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century cyclopedia ofnames ... ed. by Benjamin E. Smith ... v. 12. Atlas (1911)

Thus, Mu-gogo, a Gogo man; Wa-gogo, Gogo people; U-gogo, Gogo-land; Ki- gogo, Gogo language. Generally speaking, too, the plural prefix Ama- (for tribe) is used among the Kafirs in South Africa, Ova- in West Africa, between Benguella ...

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Luxury Edition by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

a gogo, from OFr. gogue 'fun'. agonic line /a'gDnIk/ > n. an imaginary line round the earth passing through both the north pole and the north magnetic pole, at any point on which a compass needle points to true north.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century cyclopedia of names ... ed. by Benjamin E. Smith (1903)

Thus, Mu-gogo, a Gogo man; Wa-gogo, people; U-gogo, Gogo-land; Ki-gogo, Gogo language. Generally speaking, too, the plural prefix Ama- (for tribe) is used £ the Kafirs in South Africa, Ova- in West Africa, between Benguella and Walfisch ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1895)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World

Tiius, Mu-gogo, a Gogo man; Wu-_r)ng0, (1090 people; U -goglo, Gogo-land; Ki- gogo, Gogo language. Generally speaking, too, the plural prefix Anui- (for tribe) is used among the Ksflrs in South Africa, Ooa- in West Africa, between Benguelia ...

Google previewChambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)

[Fr a gogo, galore, ...

Google previewThe New American Webster Handy College Dictionary (2006)

Includes Abbreviations, Geographical Names, Foreign Words and Phrases, Forms of Address, Weights and Measures, Signs and Symbols by Albert Morehead, Philip D. Morehead, Loy Morehead

agog, a gogo +-* Agog derives from the Old French phrase Gogo en gogue, probably enjoying oneself, also comes from gogue. merriment. am-nc'sia (am-ne'/ho) n. loss of mem ory. — am-ne'sic (- zik)...

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