Dago

Dago is derogatory slang for a person of Hispanic origins.
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Dago

Dago is derogatory slang for a person of Hispanic origins.
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Dago

Da'go (dā'go) noun ; plural Dagos (-gōz). [ Confer Spanish Diego , English James .] A nickname given to a person of Spanish (or, by extension, Portuguese or Italian) descent. [ U. S.]
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Dago

• (n.) A nickname given to a person of Spanish (or, by extension, Portuguese or Italian) descent.
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DAGO

[United States Army] DAGO is an acronym which stands for Department of the Army General Officer. It is not typically used outside of the Department of the Army headquarters and staff sections, however it is sometimes seen in memorandums and other forms of correspondence to lower level echelons. It is also sometimes used to refer to General
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Dago

[comics] Dago (real name Cesare Renzi) is a comics character created in 1983 by Paraguayan writer Robin Wood and Argentine artist Alberto Salinas, for the Italian magazine Lanciostory. In 1996 Salinas was replaced by Carlos Gómez to draw the monthly series. The stories have been also published in most South American countries, as well as i
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