noun, plural Do·gons, (especially collectively) Do·gon for 1.
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But who in all the Dogon had ever witnessed such a juju man?
He was a small man, clad only in a loincloth, and could well have been a Dogon himself.
It is easy to conceive that such an epithet as dogon might get itself mixed up with the word dog, and so become an imprecation.The Hoosier Schoolmaster
The ten villages of the Dogon are perched on the rim of the Falaise de Bandiagara.
For long ages the Dogon have been led by the oldest members of the tribe, the Hogons.