noun, plural Man·din·gos, Man·din·goes for 1.
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“Never eat any thing that a Mandingo offers you,” said Esther.Captain Canot
The Mandingo speech is heard from the Senegal to the Joliba.Stanley in Africa
James P. Boyd
The Susu, although said to be Fulah, are certainly Mandingo.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man
Robert Gordon Latham
Scotland had a daughter with him, Moody and Mandingo Jim, both had their wives with them.Journal of Voyages
There was the tawny, but intelligent Mandingo, and by his side the Jolof of ebon hue.The Maroon
noun plural -gos or -goes
people of the upper Niger region of West Africa, 1620s.