[vee-goh; for 1 also French vee-goh; for 2, 3 also Spanish bee-gaw]
- Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/, Jean Almereyda, 1905–34, French film director.
- Bay of, an inlet of the Atlantic, in NW Spain. 19 miles (31 km) long.
- a seaport on this bay: naval battle 1702.
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When Orange reached the house in Vigo Street, it was still early in the day.
The third in this case is the lady who called at Vigo Street.
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Mr. Parflete saw the lady who went to Vigo Street, and he did not know who she was.
- a port in NW Spain, in Galicia on Vigo Bay (an inlet of the Atlantic): site of a British and Dutch naval victory (1702) over the French and Spanish. Pop: 292 566 (2003 est)
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