Definition of sego in English:

sego

Syllabification: se·go
Pronunciation: /ˈsēgō
 
/
(in full sego lily)

noun (plural segos)

A plant of the lily family, with green and white bell-shaped flowers, native to the western US. Closely related to the mariposa lily.
  • Calochortus nuttalli, family Liliaceae
More example sentences
  • Two bunches of silver sego lilies issue from the scroll ends.

Origin

mid 19th century Western Shoshone sikoo.

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