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
And then Norris unlashed the block from the main gaff and swung it down to the "Dagos," who had come alongside with their boat.The Voodoo Gold Trail | Walter Walden
Now they're gone—whisked away as ye'd sweep away a swarm of red ants, and here's these black Dagos in their places.Money Magic | Hamlin Garland
The crew were a mixed lot, mostly Norwegians and Dagos, whom the captain had shipped at low wages.
What right have those Dagos to come to this country, anyway?The Immigrant Tide, Its Ebb and Flow | Edward A. Steiner
It happened just a little bit ago, down there where they've got those Dagos a-keepin' 'em.Old Judge Priest | Irvin S. Cobb
British Dictionary definitions for dago
derogatory a member of a Latin race, esp a Spaniard or Portuguese
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