noun Ar·go \ˈär-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of ARGO

:  a large constellation in the southern hemisphere lying principally between Canis Major and the Southern Cross

Origin of ARGO

Latin (genitive Argus), from Greek Argō
First Known Use: 1565

Rhymes with ARGO


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