From the latin, con; meaning against, and the ancient spanish, tigue; (pronounced "gwe") which has unlimited and infinite meaning. In and of itself it cannot be labeled with a single meaning, but occasionally can be overheard from a distance in Spanish speakers' conversations. *Note* If you want to sound like a native Spanish speaker, throw in a "contigue" every now and then.
Person 1: "blah blah blah blah, um, blah blah, contigue."

Person 2: "si si, con-tiiigue!"
by anon 212 August 13, 2008

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