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n. pl. a·mi·gos
[Spanish, from Latin amīcus.]
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n, pl -gos
a friend; comrade
[Spanish, from Latin amicus]
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a•mi•go(əˈmi goʊ, ɑˈmi-)
n., pl. -gos.
a male friend.
[1830–40, Amer.; < Sp < Latin amīcus]
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