noun, plural Man·din·gos, Man·din·goes for 1.
Example sentences from the Web for mandingo
The ba (father) of the Niam Niam becomes mother in Mandingo.
The Mandingo having caught the animal in his field, immediately drew his knife and cut his throat.
Ghana was finally conquered by the Mandingo kings of Melle in the 13th century.
“Never eat any thing that a Mandingo offers you,” said Esther.Captain Canot|Brantz Mayer
I should have before observed that I found the language of Bambarra a sort of corrupted Mandingo.