Definition of Mongs

1. Noun. (plural of mong) ¹



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Definition of Mongs

1. mong [n] - See also: mong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mongs

mongrelisation
mongrelisations
mongrelise
mongrelised
mongrelises
mongrelising
mongrelism
mongrelization
mongrelizations
mongrelize
mongrelized
mongrelizes
mongrelizing
mongrelly
mongrels
mongs (current term)
mongst
monial
monials
moniamond
moniamonds
monic polynomial
monicker
monickers
monie
monied
monies
monieziasis
monifier
monifiers

Literary usage of Mongs

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1. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"I've growed .up here 'mongs' ye, en I knows ye, big en little, ole en young. It's like pullin' my heart-strings out to see ye go away, en de ole place go to ..."

2. The Pacification of Burma by Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite (1912)
"... Heins, Seins, Ta mongs, and Kin mongs, had collected in obedience to the Superintendent's summons, and were busy no doubt in discussing the situation ..."

3. Plantation Songs: And Other Verse by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1916)
"Oh, love, Z hear You hummin' 'mongs' de bees! Oh, love, I hear You singin' in de trees! Oh, love an' me goes hand in hand, When I got a hand to spare! ..."

4. Around Tonkin and Siam by Henri d' Orléans, prince d' Henri Philippe Marie Orléans (1894)
"... his expressions that the Meos dialect is very like that of Van Bou, the word Meos, being rather the Laos designation, while they call themselves mongs. ..."

5. The New Testament for English readers: containing the Authorized version by Henry Alford (1865)
"unto (ie in order to, mongs to he purposed, not to "having made known." The AV takes this " unto " wrongly, as equivalent to " in," by which the whole ..."

6. Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States by James George Scott, John Percy Hardiman (1900)
"... -mongs found the burden of affairs very great and therefore, on the eighth waning of the fourth month (March), in the year 316 BE (954 AD), they went, ..."

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