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An icon that gives an insight to what a business is about. It is not the official company logo. Many companies use these small icons to show the things a company offers or what it stands for. Often slogos are used in combination such as in the example below.

The word itself is derived from a combination of the words slogan and logo.

This idea slipped out of my mouth a few days ago and seemed appropriate to these icons that I see more and more in business. I am a business student at Warner Pacific College.
The sihoutted icons of an apple ipod, headphones, apple etc.

The company has many slogos on their website.
by Aaron Cavanaugh June 16, 2007
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slo·go (slo-'go)
1. a combination of slogan and logo, used specifically during the Nixon re-election campaign.
2. a phrase expressing the aims or nature or motto of something (usually a candidate), and those words being the symbol or design for easy recognition.
Nixon's "More now than ever" slogo was the greatest!
by Kristin (Jordan) November 21, 2005
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A combination of a slogan and a logo as one entity. Also known as a "logan". This word was developed by a tshirt company called Anderwear founded in 2004 as a part of a marketing strategy which failed horribly. The company disbanded shortly thereafter.
Man, that isn't an authentic Anderwear slogo.
by danny December 13, 2004
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1. Oral sex (usually a blowjob) performed slowly, to the point where it is no longer pleasurable.

2. An extremely thick dairy-based dessert.
1. Alice gave me a slogo last night. I almost cried it was so bad.

2. Dude, I'm so hungry I could eat a slogo
by Darkcheese July 12, 2009
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A combination between a slogan and a logo
This is a nice slogo... I mean slogan and logo.
by Adil February 17, 2005
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