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Origin of à gogo

1960–65; French, Middle French; gogo perhaps by reduplication and alteration of gogue witticism, jest ( French goguette ), expressive word of obscure origin

full of energy, vitality, or daring:
the go-go generation.

stylish, modern, or up-to-date:
the go-go social set.

of or relating to the music and dancing performed at discotheques or nightclubs.

performing at a discotheque or nightclub.

seeking large earnings quickly by trading aggressively and often speculatively in stocks:
a go-go mutual fund.

marked by swift price upswings due to excessive speculation:
a go-go stock.

being a time of great prosperity, economic growth, and optimism:
the go-go years of the 1920s.