noun, plural in·di·gos, in·di·goes.
Origin of indigo
Examples from the Web for indigo
The jeans mysteriously came in a spray can, and were offered in two washes: “Indigo,” and “Bright Light.”American Eagle's Spray-On 'Skinny Skinny' Jeans Are, Thankfully, A Joke|Isabel Wilkinson|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Indigo, about three or four feet high, grows in great luxuriance in the streets of Tette, and so does the senna plant.
A peculiar compound formed by the action of strong nitric acid on indigo, aloes, wool, and several other substances.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
The staple commodities of this empire are indigo and cotton.
British Dictionary definitions for indigo
noun plural -gos or -goes
- any of a group of colours that have the same blue-violet hue; a spectral colour
- (as adjective)an indigo carpet