a contemptuous term used to refer to a person of Italian or sometimes Spanish origin or descent.
Other definitions for Dagö (2 of 2)
Swedish name of Hiiumaa.
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How to use dago in a sentence
That was why he had his own plane, a big dual-prop Martin 404 called, in those days before political correctness, El dago.
In 1962 he accompanied Sinatra (on his personal plane, El dago) across Europe and Asia.The Week in Death: George Jacobs, Sinatra’s Domestic Confidant | The Telegraph | February 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ever see anything more fetching than those great Irish eyes in a regular little dago mug?Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
The dago mother you asked for—the second painting may be one you'd like to have for your own private gallery.Children of the Whirlwind | Leroy Scott
Would ye seek to persuade Martin Burney into the dirty tricks of an indecent dago?Sixes and Sevens | O. Henry
British Dictionary definitions for dago
derogatory a member of a Latin race, esp a Spaniard or Portuguese
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