noun, plural mam·bos.
verb (used without object)
Origin of mambo
Examples from the Web for mambo
Contemporary Examples of mambo
And acts like mambo king Pupi Campo and the energetic DeCastro Sisters made Las Vegas their new home.Will Hyman Roth Return to Havana With Normalized Relations?
John L. Smith
December 18, 2014
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October 19, 2013
The music and Sophia singing “mambo Italiano” always makes us want to dance.Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana Choose Their Favorite Italian Films of All Time
Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana
October 25, 2012
("Mambo Sun") He was cool because he never straightened his hair.'T-Rex' Will Never Be Extinct
August 13, 2010
Historical Examples of mambo
Thus sometimes the Molimo, or priest of Munwali, and the Mambo or chief were different persons.
"The white gold-seeker does not believe in spirits, and he defies them," Mambo repeated in his sing-song voice.
noun plural -bos
verb -bos, -boing or -boed
Word Origin for mambo
popular dance (like the rhumba but livelier), September 1948, from American Spanish mambo, said by Webster to be from Haitian creole word for "voodoo priestess."