A puncuation device native to the South American country Uruguay
. It is the proper term of the conjuction of both an exclamation point and question mark. The keago is usually employed in situations that contain both a feeling of excitement or arousal
as well as a sense of uncertainty or inquiry.
It is acceptable, however, discouraged to ignore assigning a priority to the question mark/exclamation point format. The placement of said grammatical tools should be deemed by both the level of excitement and the rhetorical value of the question. (see below)
Keago Assigning Priority:
You slept with my sister!? (explanation: The infuriated spouse is quite aware of her husband's extramarital affair with her sister, as she has just stumbled in upon them engaging in sexual intercourse in a musty Hotel 8 room, however she employs the question mark as a rhetorical device, so it proceeds the exclamation point. The priority is placed upon the exclamation point in this example because it is the dominant mood of setting.)
Where can I get synthetic heroin at this hour?! (explanation: In this example, the question mark is assigned the priority. The speaker is clearly asking a question; the exclamation point serves only as a display of his frustration.)