adverb or adjective lar·go \ˈlär-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of LARGO

:  at a very slow tempo —used as a direction in music

Origin of LARGO

Italian, slow, broad, from Latin largus abundant
First Known Use: 1683


plural largos

Definition of LARGO

:  a largo movement

First Known Use of LARGO

circa 1753


geographical name Lar·go \ˈlär-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of LARGO

town W Florida S of Clearwater pop 77,648


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