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Sago is a starch extracted from the stems of metroxylon sagu palms.
Sago may also refer to:
- Metroxylon sagu or sago palm, a palm from which sago is extracted
- Cycas revoluta or sago cycad, a cycad from which starch also known as sago is extracted
- Zamia integrifolia, another cycad plant sometimes called wild sago
- Sago pudding, a sweet pudding made from sago
- Schabziger, or Sap Sago, a cheese produced in Switzerland
- Another name for tapioca pearls in some countries, like the Philippines, Bangladesh and Maldives
- Mount Sago, Indonesia
- Sago, Burkina Faso
- Sago, Côte d'Ivoire
- Sago, West Virginia, United States
- Sago Lane, Singapore
- Sago Street, Singapore
- Sago Township, Minnesota, United States
In other uses:
- Sago Mine disaster, occurred in Sago, West Virginia, in 2006
- Sago palm weevil or red palm weevil, rhynchophorus ferrugineus
- Sago worm, the larvae of the sago palm weevil
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