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n, pl -gös
(Currencies) (formerly) the standard monetary unit of Hungary, replaced by the forint in 1946
[from Hungarian, from pengeni to sound]
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Noun1.pengö - formerly the basic unit of money in Hungary until it was replaced by the forint in 1946pengo - formerly the basic unit of money in Hungary until it was replaced by the forint in 1946
Hungarian monetary unit - monetary unit in Hungary
2.Pengo - a Dravidian language spoken in south central India
South-Central Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in south central India
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