Definition of Figos
1. figo [n] - See also: figo
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Figos
Literary usage of Figos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Monthly Bulletin of Books Added to the Public Library of the City of Boston by Boston Public Library (1906)
"New York, figos.1 Illus. Z.iaoa 10.1 Fraser, William Alexander. ... ZPI3J i Moore, Mrs. N. Hudson. Children of other days. New York, figos. ..."
2. The Way of Saint James by Georgiana Goddard King (1920)
"... figos non fai amigos. She found there the gardens of Adonis withering in neglected churches; and well-mannered schoolboys who turned out for the ..."
3. The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine by John Boyd Thacher Collection (Library of Congress) (1801)
"... trees are called figos de toca, from tocar, to touch. From this tree branches are broken and hung upon that intended to be im- ..."