[ doh-gon ]
/ ˈdoʊ gɒn /
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noun, plural Do·gons, (especially collectively) Do·gon for 1.
a member of a group of Indigenous people of the mountains of central Mali.
the Gur language of the Dogon.
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How to use Dogon in a sentence
He was a small man, clad only in a loincloth, and could well have been a Dogon himself.
But who in all the Dogon had ever witnessed such a juju man?
He left the device on and set it to one side, then yawned and settled himself to the rug-covered ground, crosslegged, Dogon style.Border, Breed Nor Birth|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Shortly afterwards while passing Mr. Word old Ike whispered and said: "Dogon me if dat yankee don't surprise de natives!"A Texas Cow Boy|Chas. A. Siringo
The ten villages of the Dogon are perched on the rim of the Falaise de Bandiagara.