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Definition funny of D'Ago:
An ethnic slur for one from Italy, Spain, or Portugal
Those dagos are causing all kinds of crimes.
A highly offensive racial slur for an Italian. Comes from "Diego"
If you call an Italian dago, he just might kick your lily white ass
racial slur for Italians
Danny is a fat fuckin' Dago
Originally used to describe Spanish sailors in the 18th and 19th century by the British navy, it is now a derogatory term used in the US to refer to Italians or Italian Americans, especially those recently immigrated and not yet assimilated to American culture. Still refers to Spanish or Hispanic people in current British English. Not commonly used anymore, mostly seen in early 20th century literature.
Songs about D'Ago:
Alexander's Feast, HWV 75: Part II: Accompanied Recitative: Thus long ago, ere heaving bellows learn'd to blow... by Amanda Balestrieri from the Album Handel, G.F.: Alexander's Feast [Oratorio] / Bach, J.S.: Alles Mit Gott Und Nichts Ohn' Ihn
I'd Have Left Me a Long Time Ago by Scott Stepakoff from the Album Red Light Turns Green
Long Time Ago (feat. Dions Lane, D.Bledsoe) [Explicit] by Erk Tha Jerk from the Album Thirds Eye View [Explicit]
Love and Joy Medley :: a) Now it's time for love and joy + b) All the children wait for Christmas + c) Don't close... by The White Chappel Singers from the Album The Christmas Hitmix - Joy
Punte d'ago by Ennio Morricone from the Album Giornata nera per l'Ariete
Books about D'Ago:
Wish I'd Known You Tears Ago (Horse Dreams Trilogy, Book 3) by Stephen A. Bly (May 1, 2006)
More April 2011 (7 HAIR SECRETS YOU'LL WISH YOU'D HEARD YEARS AGO - KATE WALSH) (2011)
Natale in punta d'ago by R. Zanoni (Jan 1, 2009)
Fili. Rivista mensile dei lavori d'ago. by (Emilia Rosselli) - (Jan 1, 1938)
Fili. Rivista mensile dei lavori d'ago. by N.A. - (Jan 1, 1940)
Le ultime battaglie africane. La morte di Bath Ð Agos. by DELLA VALLE A. - (Jan 1, 1895)
Le Dernier voyage d'Ago Umeri
Movies about D'Ago:
Monster a Go-Go / Psyched by the 4-D Witch 2002 Unrated - Runtime: 2 hrs 30 mins Starring: Jim Bassler, Lois Brooks, Del Clark, et al. Directed by: Bill Rebane