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Words that rhyme with -go

List of words that end with a "go " sound

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Bis forBingo

Bingo is a game for many players, each with a card full of numbers on a grid. The numbers are drawn randomly and players win by matching five numbers in a row either horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
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Cis forChicago

Chicago is the largest city in the state of Illinois, with around 9.5 million people in the greater urban area.
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Dis forDingo

Scientific name: canis lupus dingo
A dingo is a kind of yellow dog that was introduced to Australia many hundreds of years ago. They howl, but they do not bark. When people started farming sheep in Australia, the dingos killed the sheep, so people built a fence right across Australia to keep the dingos out.
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Fis forFargo

Fargo is the largest city in the state of North Dakota. It has a population of around 209,000.

Fis forFlamingo

A flamingo is a pink wading bird. They eat shrimp that is in the water by filtering it through their beak. Their pink colouring comes from the food they eat.
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Gis forGo

You go when you move or do something, usually when you move away from something. For example, "go away", or "I am going to the shops". The opposite of go is stop. The past tense of go is went.
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Iis forIndigo

Indigo is a purple-blue color that was originally made from the indigo plant. Many types of jeans are dyed indigo.
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Lis forLego

Lego is a system of building blocks that come all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors. Lego can be used to make almost anything. While it is a children's toy, many adults enjoy playing with it too, or making full-size sculptures out of it.
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Lis forLogo

A logo is a picture that represents a company or product. The photo is of the Apple logo.
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Mis forMango

Scientific name: mangifera indica
Mangoes are a medium sized, sweet fruit native to India. Mangoes grow on a tree in tropical areas. Mango trees can live to be 300 years old. Mangoes are soft, and have bright orange flesh. Mangoes can be eaten fresh, dried, in salads and pulped for juice. Mangoes can also be picked underripe and used to make chutney or other dishes.