A girl’s elasticated hair band.
(music) A style of funk music from the 1970s.
Origin of Go-go
1964, US, partly from Whisky a Go Go, an influential American nightclub (in turn from French à gogo (“abundant”)), partly by reduplication of go, from 1962 slang the go (“the rage, fashionable”), from sense the go (“in motion”) as in on the go.
Compare to French yéyé (yeah-yeah), of contemporary coinage.
From à gogo
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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