Mong


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Mong

 (mông) also Mong Leng (mông lĕng)
n. pl. Mong or Mongs also Mong Leng or Mong Lengs
1.
a. A member of one of the largest subgroups of the Hmong. Many Mong of Laos emigrated to the United States after the Vietnam War.
b. A person of Mong ancestry.
2. The dialect of Hmong spoken by the Mong. In all senses also called Green Hmong.

[Mong Moob (with oo spelling nasalized o and final b indicating high level tone ).]

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(mʌŋ)
n
(Breeds) informal Austral short for mongrel

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(mɒŋ)
n
slang offensive Brit a stupid or foolish person
[C20: a shortening of mongol]
References in classic literature ?
Our English adverbs do Not terminate in Mong, and We Pronounce the "ch" as if there were a "t" before it.
The wedding ceremony and reception were organised and hosted by the UWSA, and held at Hway Aw village hall in Mong Ton Township.
Lalaban ka pero minsan alam mong huminto na dapat lalo na kapag marami nang nawawala sa'yo, kung marami ka nang nasasaktan.
During the patrol earlier, Customs officers found some hawker stalls in Mong Kok were selling suspected counterfeit goods.
Habib-ur-Rehman, representatives of the Higher Education Commission, Sudhnoti Education Conference, Public Works Department and District Administration of Mong.
Translation copyright [c] 2017 by Derek Mong & Anne O.
After the killings in Mong Yaw, one of the military's highest-ranking officers held an unprecedented news conference in July to say that soldiers were responsible for the deaths of five residents.
Reththy's Keo Pos, also known as Oknha Mong Port,is a 27 ha project that became the country's first privately owned port and is operated in partnership with Thailand's TCC Group.
The hawkers are a common sight in Mong Kok around the Lunar New Year holiday.
SATURDAY: First Twenty20 International, Mong Kok Scotland 66-7 v Hong Kong 72-1 Hong Kong beat Scotland by 9 wkts Tour Match, Kimberley England XI 368-7 (J W A Taylor 116, J M Bairstow 58) v South Africa A England XI beat South Africa A by 163 runs.
Mong, 66, ran the publication for 13 years, a time of drastic change and sharp cutbacks for the paper and the newspaper industry at large.
At the center of the surge is Mong La, a town bordering China, where 21 shops, triple the number from 2006, sell wildlife products, some from as far away as Africa, reports Navin Singh Khadka for BBC News.