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amigo

[ uh-mee-goh, ah-mee-; Spanish ah-mee-gaw ]
/ əˈmi goʊ, ɑˈmi-; Spanish ɑˈmi gɔ /
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noun, plural a·mi·gos [uh-mee-gohz; Spanish ah-mee-gaws]. /əˈmi goʊz; Spanish ɑˈmi gɔs/.
a friend, especially a male friend.
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Origin of amigo

1830–40, Americanism;<Spanish <Latin amīcus
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British Dictionary definitions for amigo

amigo
/ (æˈmiːɡəʊ, ə-) /

noun plural -gos
a friend; comrade

Word Origin for amigo

Spanish, from Latin amicus
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