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.