Origin of sego
1850–55, Americanism; < Southern Paiute siγoʔo
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Examples from the Web for sego
They sensed what the polls soon showed: that the latest episode of the Sego Show squandered a year of hard-earned party progress.France's Sarah Palin
November 27, 2009
"You love Sego, and I can be nothing to you but one of many friends," he added.The Riflemen of the Miami
Edward S. Ellis
This was the third creek he had crossed in this manner since he had left Sego.
On Park telling them to Sego, one of them went in to acquaint the dooty.
He advanced in person on the town of Sego, which was a long time threatened.Five Weeks in a Balloon
Here we found a sego lily, one of the most beautiful of flowers.Tales of lonely trails