Origin of go-go
or à Go·go, à go-go
Origin of à gogo
Examples from the Web for gogo
Megan takes Sally shopping for a dress, and she stuns everyone by appearing in a short dress, gogo boots, and lots of makeup.
They are very careful of their hair, washing it with gogo and anointing it with ajonjoli oil2 perfumed with musk.
But your mother took the flowers and ground them with a stone, to mix with gogo, for washing our hair.An Eagle Flight|Jos Rizal
You're going to bed promptly at nine, aren't you, Mary--and Gogo, too?
noun Southern African
Word Origin for gogo
Word Origin for à gogo
adjective informal, mainly US and Canadian
Word Origin for go-go
1964, "fashionable," from slang the go "the rage" (1962); see go. First appearance of go-go dancer is from 1965.