What Does NALGO Mean?

NALGO means "Not a Lot Going On." NALGO is typically used in response to a message like "what's happening?", e.g., ZUP (what's up?). The most common users of NALGO are teenagers telling their colleagues that they are bored.

Summary of Key Points

"Not a Lot Going On" is the most common definition for NALGO on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Not a Lot Going On
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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When I write NALGO, I mean this:

meaning of NALGO
When I say NALGO, I mean that there is not a lot going on...yawn.


Examples of NALGO in Sentences

Here are examples of NALGO being used in conversations:
  • Tony: Hey, what's happening, man?
  • Jordan: NALGO. Bored.
  • Tony: Can we meet up at the weekend? NALGO here.
  • Jordan: Yeah, at least we can be bored together!

An Academic Look at NALGO

NALGO is used like a declarative sentence (i.e., a statement) with the meaning "there is not a lot going on here."

Of note, NALGO is sometimes said like an acronym, which is an abbreviation spoken like a word (e.g., NATO, SCUBA, FIFA).

Example of NALGO Used in a Text


See Also

FNAR (for no apparent reason) YANA (you are not alone) BAH (bored as hell) BBB (bored beyond belief) BOOMM (bored out of my mind) BTD (bored to death) IMB (I'm bored) ISB (I'm so bored)