noun, plural con·gas.
verb (used without object), con·gaed, con·ga·ing.
Origin of conga
Examples from the Web for conga
But the minute you file, the conga line dancing up the street to your competitors really gets going.
By now, everyone has seen the startling photos and video of the conga line of climbers ascending Everest earlier this month.Mount Everest Suffers From Too Many Climbers and Deteriorating Conditions|Nick Heil|May 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As the last of a conga line of doctors administering to Jackson, he is the most logical loser of smoking gun musical chairs.
That man has been following me like a conga partner all afternoon.Death Makes A Mistake|P.F. Costello
British Dictionary definitions for conga
verb -gas, -gaing or -gaed
Word Origin for conga
Word Origin and History for conga
1935, American Spanish, fem. of (danza) Congo "Congo (dance);" so called because it was assumed to be of African origin.