noun, plural bon·gos, (especially collectively) bon·go.
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Origin of bongo1
Words nearby bongo
Definition for bongo (2 of 2)
noun, plural bon·gos, bon·goes.
Origin of bongo2
OTHER WORDS FROM bongobon·go·ist, noun
Example sentences from the Web for bongo
Vanessa Hudgens might have a campaign for Bongo, but blogger Elin Kling designed a collaboration for H&M.Tavi Gevinson: From Teen Fashion Queen to Broadway Star|Arabelle Sicardi|July 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yielding to his repeated pressure, Alexina and her followers advanced to Bongo, where he exercised authority.Some Heroes of Travel|W. H. Davenport Adams
Ould Nobisane, called Bongo Dono, died ij daies past, which was said to dy before the king arived.Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II|Richard Cocks
I've got a roasted bongo, a fried filamaloo bird, and a boiled warple for the meat dishes.Spacehounds of IPC|Edward Elmer Smith
And to the divvus the myla has a trin bongo drum and latchers tiknos, but the pash-grai has kek.The English Gipsies and Their Language|Charles G. Leland
The Bongo, unlike other of the upper Nile Negroes, are not great cattle-breeders, but employ their time in agriculture.