Examples of ergo
There's no win-win situation for workers of the world, in the current era at least. American steelworkers here do better, ergo Russian and South Korean steelworkers overseas do worse. —Alexander Cockburn, Nation, 3 Jan. 2000
He that comforts my wife is the cherisher of my flesh and blood; he that cherishes my flesh and blood loves my flesh and blood; he that loves my flesh and blood is my friend; ergo, he that kisses my wife is my friend. —William Shakespeare, All's Well that Ends Well, 1603
The products are poorly constructed; ergo, they break easily.
<according to that line of reasoning, the eyewitness couldn't identify the aircraft, ergo it must have been from another planet>
Origin of ergo
Middle English, from Latin, from Old Latin, because of, from Old Latin *e rogo from the direction (of)
First Known Use: 14th century
Definition of ergo-
: ergot <ergosterol>
Origin of ergo-
French, from ergot
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