There are 2 main definitions of mong in English:

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mong 1

Pronunciation: /mɒŋ/

noun

British informal, offensive
A person who is stupid or who has learning difficulties.

Origin

1980s: abbreviation of Mongol (sense 3 of the noun).

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There are 2 main definitions of mong in English:

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mong 2

Pronunciation: /mʌŋ/

noun

Australian /NZ informal
A mongrel.
Example sentences
  • Some of the people I work with are complete mongs.
  • He perused the annoyance that had arrived: ‘Oh, it's that mong, Otto.’
  • Shut up you stupid mong and just order the service

Origin

Early 20th century: abbreviation.

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