/wang'goh/ Random bit-level grovelling going on in a system during some unspecified operation. Often used in combination with mumble. For example: "You start with the ".o" file, run it through this postprocessor that does mumble-wango - and it comes out a snazzy object-oriented executable."
Mr. Raymond was trying to get him down off a high shelf, but wango wouldn't come.
All this while wango was jumping about on the porch, chattering and squealing.
Once, after Mr. Winkler had fastened his pet out of doors, wango broke away, and hid in Mrs. Redden's candy shop.
wango still was perched on the limb of the tree, eating his cake.
wango, you rascal, why don't you stay away when you run off?
And the monkey, whose name was wango, seemed to know this, for he was always playing tricks on Miss Winkler.
wango likes lollypops, you know, and this monkey ought to like 'em just as well.
Sitting on a branch, high above the lad's head, was wango the monkey, eating the piece of cake.
wango did many funny tricks, and he, too, got into mischief.
wango made a funny little chattering noise, and took off the wig, which he held out to the actor.