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Definition of Amigo

Amigo
Amigo A*mi"go, n.; pl. Amigos. [Sp., fr. L. amicus.] A friend; -- a Spanish term applied in the Philippine Islands to friendly natives.

Meaning of Amigo from wikipedia

- Amigo(s) (Portuguese and Spanish for male friend) may refer to: Amigo, West Virginia, U.S., an unincorporated community Los Amigos River, a river in Peru...
- Amigos dos Amigos (ADA, Friends of Friends) is a criminal organization that operates in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. It was started up in 1998...
- Adios Amigos or Adios Amigo may refer to Adios Amigo, a 1975 American comedy-western film Adios Amigos (film), a 2016 Dutch drama "Adios Amigos", an episode...
- Amigo and Friends (also known in Spanish as Cantinflas y Sus Amigos) is an educational children's cartoon that was based on the Mexican cartoon series...
- Amigo Holdings is a guarantor loans / subprime lender. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange. The company was established as a mid-cost guarantor...
- Amigo Supermarkets (Spanish: Supermercados Amigo) is a chain of supermarkets located in Puerto Rico and owned by Walmart. In the 1920s, Supermercados Amigo...
- Samba de Amigo (サンバDEアミーゴ, Sanba de Amīgo) is a rhythm game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. The game was released in arcades in December...
- Adios Amigo is a 1975 American Western comedy film written, produced and directed by Fred Williamson, who also stars in the lead role. The film co-stars...
- Three Amigos (stylized as ¡Three Amigos!) is a 1986 American Western comedy film directed by John Landis and written by Lorne Michaels, Steve Martin,...
- Amigo is a 2010 American-Philippine drama film written and directed by John Sayles. The film takes place in the Philippines in 1900 during the Philippine–American...