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 ).]

mong

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

mong

(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 Hollywood comedian claimed he was not referring to the condition and joked "two mongs don't make a right".
Gervais had joked "Two mongs don't make a right" and used the term to describe Susan Boyle.
Which is why he doesn't have any regrets about tweeting: "Two mongs don't make a right.
Gervais, 50, tweeted a picture of his 'monged up' face along with "jokes" such as 'Two mongs don't make a right'.
The hilarious jibes included comments such as "Two mongs don't make a right" and "Night night monglet.
Mong is just wrong COMEDIAN Ricky Gervais has been defending using the term "mong.
In Gervais's cosseted stratum of society mong may have that interpretation.