Definitions for mandingomænˈdɪŋ goʊ
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Man•din•gomænˈdɪŋ goʊ(n.)(pl.)-gos; -goes; -go.
(esp. formerly) a member of a subgroup of Mande-speaking peoples, including the Malinke and Bambara.
A member of the Mandinka people.
a macrolanguage spoken primarily in West Africa, with the seven individual languages: Mandinka, Eastern Maninkakan, Forest Maninka, Kita Maninkakan, Konyanka Maninka, Sankaran Maninka, Western Maninkakan.
Mandingo is a 1975 film, based on the novel Mandingo by Kyle Onstott and upon the play based thereon by Jack Kirkland. The film was directed by Richard Fleischer and featured James Mason, Susan George, Perry King, Lillian Hayman, boxer-turned-actor Ken Norton, and bodybuilder and pro wrestler-turned-actor Earl Maynard.
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