Definition of Mongos
1. mongo [n] - See also: mongo
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mongos
Literary usage of Mongos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Heresies and Their Refutation: Or, The Triumph of the Church by Alfonso Maria de' Liguori (1857)
"mongos anathematizes Pope St. Leo and the Council of ... ACACIUS, with the assistance of the protectors of mongos, induced the Emperor to publish his famous ..."
2. Beriberi by Edward Bright Vedder (1913)
"2) is prescribed in the amount of 16 ounces daily, and mongos (equivalent to ... The subsistence department at once proceeded to obtain mongos and camotes, ..."
3. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1903)
"mongos-mongos. Island west of Luzon. A Tagal name of the Phaseolus max is mongos. 30. NAGA. Towns in provinces of Albay and Camarines (Luzon). Town in Cebú. ..."
4. Monthly Bulletins by Philippines Weather Bureau (1905)
"The rains were quite sufficient for the fields in the town of Valderrama, where the corn crop is good. The winds caused damage to cacao, coffee, and mongos. ..."