noun ami·go \ə-ˈmē-(ˌ)gō, ä-\
plural ami·gos

Definition of AMIGO

:  friend

Examples of AMIGO

  1. <is it all right if I bring my amigo Ben to the party?>

Origin of AMIGO

Spanish, from Latin amicus — more at amiable
First Known Use: 1835


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