a gogoà go·go
nounpl. à go·gos or à go-gos
Origin of a gogoFrench à gogo, galore, from Old French a gogo : a, to (from Latin ad; see ad–) + gogo (probably reduplicated form of gogue, merriment).
The term is often used in popular culture, especially in the field of music and dancing. Though earlier uses of the phrase were meant to lend a cosmopolitan feel to subjects, modern usage tends more toward an ironic, campy appeal.