mong

mong

[muhng, mong]
noun Australian.
mongrel, especially a mongrel dog.

Origin:
shortened form

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mong1 (mʌŋ)
 
n
informal (Austral) short for mongrel

mong2 (mɒŋ)
 
n
slang (Brit) a stupid or foolish person
 
[C20: a shortening of mongol]

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Main Entry:  mong
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a mongrel dog; by extension, an idiot
Usage:  Australian slang
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mong
c.1200, aphetic form of among.
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