Crossword clues for ago
- George Harrison's "All Those Years ___"
- Back in time
- Ages ___
- See 6-Down
- Fifth word of the lyrics to "American Pie"
- In days past
- In former days
- What may come after a long time?
- See 124-Across
- Fourth word in the "Star Wars" prologue
- Back in history
- Days ___
- Back when
- In time past
- "Much ___ About Nothing"
- In days of yore
- In times of yore
- Long follower
- Bygone days
- Short word after long
- Once upon a time
- What to give it
- Long, long follower
- Fifth word of Gettysburg Address
- "It's ___!" (business agreement)
- In past time
- Long's longtime follower
- Gettysburg Address word
- Before this time
- Long trailer
- Have ___ at (try)
- Frequent follower of long
- Occasional follower of years
- A long time ___
- Time past
- Earlier than now
- Short follower of long
- Have ___ at it
- Make ___ of it
- " . . . many a year ___": Poe
- In the past
- "Give it _____"
- Give it_____
- Have _____ at
- Give it ___ (attempt to do)
- Give it ___ (try)
- Before the present
- Before now
- Long ___
- Gone by
- "Give it___"
- Have ___ at
- Back, in a way
- Way back when
- Many years ___
- Years ___
- It may appear after a long time
- "It's ___!" (thumbs-up reply)
- "Give it ___!"
- Opposite of hence
- Long, long ___
- Back from now
- Months ___
- Give it ___
- In times past
- In history
- "Fourscore and seven years ___ ..."
- Back, in time
- "Many years ___ вЂ¦"
- Of yore
- Fifth word of the Gettysburg Address
- Back then
- "Long ___ вЂ¦"
- Many moons ___
- Going back in time
- "Years ___ ..."
- What "syne" means
- "Long ___ and far away ..."
- Fourth word in the "Star Wars" opening crawl
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ago \A*go"\, a. & adv. [OE. ago, agon, p. p. of agon to go away, pass by, AS. [=a]g[=a]n to pass away; [=a]- (cf. Goth. us-, Ger. er-, orig. meaning out) + g[=a]n to go. See Go.] Past; gone by; since; as, ten years ago; gone long ago.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 14c., shortened form of Old English agan, agone "departed, passed away," past participle of an obsolete verb ago "to go forth," formed from a- "away" (perhaps here used as an intensive prefix) + gan "go" (see go (v.)). Agone remains a dialectal variant.
a. 1 (context archaic or dialectal English) gone; gone by; gone away; passed; passed away. 2 (context archaic or dialectal English) Nearly gone; dead (used in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devonshire at the turn of the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/19th%20century)'' postp. In the past.
adj. gone by; or in the past; "two years ago"; "`agone' is an archaic word for `ago'" [syn: agone]
adv. in the past; "long ago"; "sixty years ago my grandfather came to the U.S."
Ago or AGO may refer to:
Usage examples of "ago".
Sranc, Bashrags, Dragons, all the abominations of the Inchoroi, are artifacts of the Tekne, the Old Science, created long, long ago, when the Nonmen still ruled Earwa.
I respond by pointing out that one of those babies that was aborted thirty years ago might have grown up to be a brilliant scientist and could have discovered the cure for AIDS.
Their origins are a matter of record, in the merger nineteen years ago of the depraved Temple of Abraxas with a discredited house of surgical software, Frewin Maisang Tobermory.
In virtual, hours ago, he had been young and solid, just as Abrim remembered him, his shoulders rounded with muscle.
Glenn Abies to the pastor over there at the WAR church, dated two years ago this past July.
Baron was always very respectful to Mr Aching since Granny had died two years ago, calling him the finest shepherd in these hills, and was generally held by the people in the village to be not too bad these days.
Almost two years ago he had upped and left Acme, Texas, to go out into the wide open world, only to find his own shrunk down to the confining cockpit of a B-17 bomber.
That was quite a victory over a few years ago, when he had been part of the threepacks aday cancer brigade.
DEAR SON, The Lord Adelantado and your brother and Carbajal left here sixteen days ago to go to the Court.
DEAR SON,--I wrote you at length and sent it by Don Ferdinand, who left to go yonder twenty-three days ago to-day, with the Lord Adelantado and Carbajal, from whom I have since heard nothing.
Adin was referring to the last time he had seen Data-several months ago, after Data had delivered to Adin the personal farewell message prepared by Tasha Yar for the man she loved.
As long ago as 1895 it was known that extracts of the adrenal glands had a powerful action in raising the blood pressure.
Two years ago, Het and Jek Nkik had been separated upon reaching their age of adulthood, sent out to do scavenger duty away from the Jawa fortress.
Many years ago, advertisers were encouraged to reference their yellow page listings.
Many years ago, I interviewed for a creative position with a large advertising agency.