Has anyone ever heard the term airgo?

I thought Ive herd it Im not sure if its teh right spelling but its said like air-go?

Who has heard it? Is that the correct spelling? and What does it mean?

6 Answers

  • nookie181
    1 month ago

    Ergo. (Latin) meaning ….literally , `there-fore`

    as in: must be , is and/or factual……{representation of}

    true Latin Phrasing = “ergo , ipso-facto”

    rough translation (as olde Latin can be very convoluted and evn confusing to the experts) is:

    the facts present them-selves here , so this must be…..!

    hope this helped you , it is an OLD language (Latin) and can be mis-read , though the Phrase is still in use , today. :>)

  • ?
    4 days ago

    How Do You Spell Ergo

  • KGSD
    1 month ago

    I think your word is actually “ergo” and it means therefore

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Hey, two other people said it before me so I’ll say it better:

    er·go (ûrg, âr-)


    Consequently; therefore.


    Consequently; hence.

    [Latin erg; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Not “airgo” but “ergo”. It is Latin for “therefore”.

  • cheezy
    1 month ago

    ergo….pretty sure it means therefore

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