mong


mong
I
Australian Slang
1. mongrel dog;
2. stupid or annoying person; dork
II
Gullah Words
among, amid

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Mong — may refer to: People a proposed alternate name for the Hmong people, based on a large subgroup, the Mong Leng Mong or Hmong language William Mong (1927–2010), chairman of the Shun Hing Group, a product distributor in Hong Kong William V. Mong… …   Wikipedia

  • Mong La — is principal town of Mong La Township. it is approximately 258 km from Mae Sai, a border town of Thailand.[1] And it is approximately 80 km northeast of Kengtung.[2] It situates opposite of Dalou, a china border town of Yunnan Province. It… …   Wikipedia

  • mong — UK [mɒŋ] / US [mɑŋ] or mong out UK / US verb [intransitive] Word forms mong : present tense I/you/we/they mong he/she/it mongs present participle monging past tense monged past participle monged informal to spend time relaxing I need to mong out… …   English dictionary

  • Mong — Mong, japan. Münze, s. Mongsen …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Mong — Mong, japan. Münze, s. Käsch …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • mong — (prep.) c.1200, aphetic form of AMONG (Cf. among) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Mong — abbrev. 1. Mongolia 2. Mongolian …   English World dictionary

  • mong — I. /mʌŋ/ (say mung) noun Colloquial a mongrel dog. II. /mɒŋ/ (say mong) Colloquial –noun Also, monger /ˈmɒŋə/ (say monguh). 1. a stupid person. – …   Australian English dictionary

  • Mong-Yu — Located near Wanting in southwestern China, Mong yu is where the Ledo Road joined the Burma Road. Categories: Geography of the People s Republic of ChinaPo …   Wikipedia

  • mong — /mung, mong/, n. Australian. mongrel, esp. a mongrel dog. [shortened form] * * * …   Universalium

  • mong — 1. noun a) a mixture, a crowd (e.g. mongcorn means maslin)<ref name= chambers >Chambers Twentieth Century Dictionary</ref> b) A mongrel dog<ref name= aus ></ref> 2. preposition mong is an aphetic for among<ref name=… …   Wiktionary


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