noun, plural mun·gos.
Origin of mungo
Examples from the Web for mungo
Mungo is the slave of a West Indian planter; he becomes profane in the second act and sings a burlesque song.The Negro in Literature and Art in the United States|Benjamin Brawley
He married for his second wife a sister of the intrepid traveller Mungo Park.On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening,|Samuel Felton
Mungo was taken aback at this, but to acknowledge he had seen the letter at all would be to blunder.
In Mungo Park's last mission to Africa, he was much annoyed by the attack of bees, probably of the same tribe with our hive-bee.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. II (of 4)|William Kirby
Your servant Mungo was quite unnecessarily solicitous for my safety, and took the trouble to put me under lock and key.