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tungo

[ tuhng-goh ]
/ ˈtʌŋ goʊ /
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noun, plural tun·gos.Australian.
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Origin of tungo

Of obscure origin
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How to use tungo in a sentence

  • Nicola Tungo was a young nobleman of Perugia, who often came to Siena on account of the races.

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