noun, plural Kon·gos, (especially collectively) Kon·go for 1.
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Historical Examples of kongo
No such custom is referred to by any other visitor to the Kongo.
A journey to Mbamba, Kongo, etc., may have taken up six months.
From that time to the close of the century anarchy reigned in Kongo.
Dictionary and Grammar of the Kongo Language, 1887, p. xxiii.Man, Past and Present
Agustus Henry Keane
One of the tribes in the Kongo Valley is called the Bangala tribe.Big People and Little People of Other Lands
Edward R. Shaw