noun da·go \ˈdā-(ˌ)gō\
plural dagos or dagoes

Definition of DAGO

usually offensive
:  a person of Italian or Spanish birth or descent

Origin of DAGO

alteration of earlier diego, from Diego, a common Spanish given name
First Known Use: 1832


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