Vanessa Hudgens might have a campaign for bongo, but blogger Elin Kling designed a collaboration for H&M.
The journey to bongo was rendered tedious and troublesome by the rains.
The bongo eat the fruits, tubers and fungi in which the country is rich.
bongo spears, knives, rings, and other articles are frequently fashioned with great artistic elaboration.
The greater kudu is, with the bongo, easily the prize beast in East Africa, and very few are shot.
Excellent wood carving is found among the bongo, Ovambo, and Makololo.
It is covered with bongo palms, and deep within its mountains live Bantugan and his warriors.
And bongo Donos wife in his abcense sent me a present of millans.
Had you ever seen these Mexicans before they argued with you about the bongo drums?
Small fish, too, were in such vast shoals in the shallows that the bongo appeared in one place to cut through them.
1920, from American Spanish (West Indies, especially Cuba), from a word of West African origin, cf. Lokele (Zaire) boungu.