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ERGO

Latin, therefore; hence; because.

ergo

(air-go) conj. Latin for therefore, often used in legal writings. Its most famous use was in "Cogito, ergo sum:" "I think, therefore I am" principle by French philosopher Rene Descartes (1596-1650).

See: a fortiori, a priori, consequently