edible starch that is obtained from a palm and is a staple food in parts of the tropics.
(also sago pudding)
a sweet dish made from sago and milk.
the palm (Metroxylon sagu) from which most sago is obtained, growing in freshwater swamps in Southeast Asia.
any of a number of other palms or cycads that yield a similar starch.
, Durango, fandango, mango, Okavango, quango, Sango, tango
, argot, cargo, Chicago
, embargo, escargot, farrago, largo, Margot, Otago, Santiago
•Lego • Marengo
, galago, Jago, lumbago, sago, Tierra del Fuego
, Tobago, Winnebago
, ego, Vigo
, dingo, Domingo, flamingo, gringo, jingo, lingo
•Bendigo • indigo • archipelago
•vertigo • Sligo
, Congo, drongo, Kongo, pongo
, go-go, pogo, Togo
Starchy grains prepared from the pith of the swamp sago (Metroxylon sagu
) and the sugar palm (Arenga pinnuta
); almost pure starch and sugars (sucrose, glucose, and fructose), free from protein.
; later sagow
; in XVIII, after Du., sago
). — (orig. through Pg.) Malay sagu