- a short, hooded coat of thick, coarse fabric, originally worn in the eastern Mediterranean countries.
Origin of grego
1740–50; perhaps < Portuguese (compare Spanish griego, Italian greco) < Latin Graecus Greek
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Examples from the Web for grego
And here was Grego complaining that he couldn't go to the Eton and Harrow match.Mortal Coils
Grego was apparently agreeable, as long as the job got done.
Grego guides me, as Virgil Dante, through all the mysteries of that other world.The Works of Max Beerbohm
Emmert, or Grego, or the two of them together, bribed those people to tell that story.