noun, plural Ma·ren·gos for 2.
Examples from the Web for marengo
Had his masters not been at hand, the fierce brutes would soon have settled the account with Marengo.
There was still enough left to make a splendid supper for Marengo, and that hungry animal took full advantage of the occasion.The Boy Hunters|Captain Mayne Reid
To use a poetical phrase, Marengo now became the “cynosure of every eye.”
Less than usual was said about Marengo, Austerlitz, or even the three glorious days of July.Tales from Blackwood|Various
Marengo having performed his part, swam back to the canoe, and was lifted over the gunwale.