Pago Pago

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Pa·go Pa·go

 (päng′ō päng′ō, păng′gō păng′gō, päng′gō päng′gō, pä′gō pä′gō, pā′gō pā′gō) also Pan·go Pan·go (päng′ō päng′ō, păng′gō păng′gō, päng′gō päng′gō)
The capital of American Samoa, on the southern coast of Tutuila Island. It is a port and naval station.

Pago Pago

(ˈpɑːŋəʊ ˈpɑːŋəʊ; ˈpɑːŋɡəʊ ˈpɑːŋɡəʊ)
n
(Placename) a port in American Samoa, on SE Tutuila Island. Pop: 4278 (2000). Former name: Pango Pango

Pa•go Pa•go

(ˈpɑŋ oʊ ˈpɑŋ oʊ, ˈpɑ goʊ ˈpɑ goʊ)
n.
the chief harbor and town of American Samoa, on Tutuila Island. 2451.
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Noun1.Pago Pago - a port in American SamoaPago Pago - a port in American Samoa    
American Samoa, Eastern Samoa, AS - a United States territory on the eastern part of the island of Samoa
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Euro-Americans are still routinely referred to as pangopango.
DAKO IN AMERICA; OR, HOW EURO-AMERICANS BECAME PANGOPANGO
Uneapa continue to call white people pangopango and 'tok pisin' was described as Pango talk (polea pango) but Pango has ceased to be remembered as a 'god'.