[ vee-goh; for 1 also French vee-goh; for 2, 3 also Spanish vee-gaw ]
/ ˈvi goʊ; for 1 also French viˈgoʊ; for 2, 3 also Spanish ˈvi gɔ /
Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, Jean Almereyda, 1905–34, French film director.
Bay of, an inlet of the Atlantic, in northwestern Spain. 19 miles (31 kilometers) long.
a seaport on this bay: naval battle 1702.
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How to use Vigo in a sentence
Vigo, 45, says she was a teacher in the Bronx until she was laid off last year.
Pontevedra and Vigo, as well as Villagarcia, are improving daily since the railway reached them.
Mr. Vigo was playing whist at this moment; his partner was Sylvia, and they were playing against Mr. Rodney and Waldershare.
Besides being consummate in his art, Mr. Vigo had the reputation of being a man of singularly good judgment.
Hitherto the Rodneys had been successful in their enterprise, and the soundness of Mr. Vigo's advice had been proved.
This conversation took place in Mr. Vigo's counting-house the morning after the entertainment at his villa.
British Dictionary definitions for Vigo
/ (ˈviːɡəʊ, Spanish ˈbiɡo) /
a port in NW Spain, in Galicia on Vigo Bay (an inlet of the Atlantic): site of a British and Dutch naval victory (1702) over the French and Spanish. Pop: 292 566 (2003 est)
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