noun, plural se·gos.
Origin of sego
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.
This happened to be a market day at Sego, and the roads were everywhere filled with people carrying different articles to sell.
Sego, as he became intimately acquainted with his friends, often spoke of this girl, and of the great affection he bore her.
Here we found a sego lily, one of the most beautiful of flowers.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey
Mr. Park also adds, that the population of this city, Sego, is about thirty thousand.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1|George W. Williams
Sego joined them, however, with the understanding that he should be obliged to absent himself from time to time.