Definitions for ergoˈɜr goʊ, ˈɛr goʊ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

er•goˈɜr goʊ, ˈɛr goʊ(conj.; adv.)

  1. therefore.

Origin of ergo:

1350–1400; < L


  1. a combining form meaning “work”:


    Category: Affix

    Ref: Also, esp. before a vowel, erg-. 3

Origin of ergo-:

comb. form repr. Gk érgon


  1. a combining form representing ergot :


    Category: Affix

Origin of ergo-:

< F

Princeton's WordNet

  1. ergo(adverb)

    (used as a sentence connector) therefore or consequently


  1. ergo(Adverb)

    Consequently, therefore.

  2. ergo(Conjunction)

    therefore (especially in syllogisms).

  3. Origin: From ergo

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ergo

    therefore; consequently; -- often used in a jocular way


  1. Ergo

    Ergo was an Indian daily newspaper which was published during 2007–2009 by Kasturi & Sons, the publishers of the newspaper The Hindu. It was published in tabloid format and distributed free of cost to Information Technology professionals in the software corridor of Chennai. At its peak, it had a circulation of 55,000 and a readership of 100,000. It ceased publication from 1 August 2009 and is currently available only online.

Anagrams of ergo

  1. goer, gore, ogre, Ogre, rego

  2. Goer

  3. Ogre

  4. Rego


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