“Never eat any thing that a Mandingo offers you,” said Esther.
Of all the families of the African stock, with the exception of the Kaffres, the Mandingo is the most widely spread.
There was the tawny, but intelligent Mandingo, and by his side the Jolof of ebon hue.
Imperfect Mahometans, they are lighter-coloured than either the Wolof or the Mandingo.
The Susu, although said to be Fulah, are certainly Mandingo.
The Bambara themselves are perhaps only a distinct branch of the original Mandingo stock.
Some of the words have a great affinity to the Mandingo, but the natives themselves consider it as a distinct language.
The Mandingo having caught the animal in his field, immediately drew his knife and cut his throat.
Of the other wild animals in the Mandingo countries, the most common are the hyæna, the panther, and the elephant.
I was fortunately provided with a negro servant who spoke both the English and Mandingo tongues.
people of the upper Niger region of West Africa, 1620s.