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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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The other languages in the endangered category are Manda, Parji and Pengo (Odisha), Koraga and Kuruba (Karnataka), Gadaba and Naiki (Andhra Pradesh), Kota and Toda (Tamil Nadu), Mra and Na (Arunachal Pradesh), Tai Nora and Tai Rong (Assam), Bangani (UttaraAkhand), Birhor (JharAkhand), Nihali (MahaArashtra), Ruga (Meghalaya) and Toto (West Bengal).
Pengo V, Lensing AW, Prins MH, Marchiori A, Davidson BL, Tiozzo F, et al.
Burrow and Bhattacharya collect some examples of velar /k g/ + labial /p b/ in Pengo language.
Well-known brand names include Dura-Line, TT Technologies, Wacker, Railhead, Premier Pipe, Condux and Pengo.
Pengo SpA, Alessandro Pengo, Commercial Director, 39 0424 887900, pengo@pengospa.
Maria Angata Veri Tahi a Pengo Hare Kohou sucedio al asesinado rey Riroroko; en impugnacion a los malos tratos y a la negacion de la comida por parte de la Compania Explotadora, asumio un liderazgo particular.
Note remainder of DEDR 1906: Pengo kuli 'paddy [rice in field, unhusked rice]', etc.
Weil die Schwaben Angst hatten, an die vorderste Front geschickt zu werden, begannen sie fur 5 pengo einen madjarischen Namen zu kaufen.
Thus, Pengo and co-authors (2011) predicted interactions with certain antibiotics, antiepileptics, antihypertensives, and antiarrythmics.
Pengo V, Tripodi A, Reber G, Rand JH, Ortel TL, Galli M, et al.