Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A viverrine quadruped of Africa, Crossarchus obscurus, about 19 inches long, of a nearly uniform dark-brown color, paler on the head, the feet blackish, and the snout long and slender.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Zoöl.) The kusimanse.

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  • noun The kusimanse, a genus of mongoose, Crossarchus.

Etymologies

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From French manger

Examples

  • The word mangue refers to the mangrove swamps around the Recife area and, as Larry Crook suggests in his book on northeastern Brazilian music, the mangroves acted as a powerful metaphor for the processes of soaking-up and fertilization that these musicians pursued.

    PopMatters

  • The word mangue refers to the mangrove swamps around the Recife area and, as Larry Crook suggests in his book on northeastern Brazilian music, the mangroves acted as a powerful metaphor for the processes of soaking-up and fertilization that these musicians pursued.

    PopMatters

  • The word mangue refers to the mangrove swamps around the Recife area and, as Larry Crook suggests in his book on northeastern Brazilian music, the mangroves acted as a powerful metaphor for the processes of soaking-up and fertilization that these musicians pursued.

    PopMatters

  • The word mangue refers to the mangrove swamps around the Recife area and, as Larry Crook suggests in his book on northeastern Brazilian music, the mangroves acted as a powerful metaphor for the processes of soaking-up and fertilization that these musicians pursued.

    PopMatters

  • Straight up Petty Cash catches PJ Suleiman's hip-swaying samba paulistano, hauls a mangue bass out of his sample array, and brings in a beat that has the bass drivers bowing and booming in their cabs.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Straight up Petty Cash catches PJ Suleiman's hip-swaying samba paulistano, hauls a mangue bass out of his sample array, and brings in a beat that has the bass drivers bowing and booming in their cabs.

    Brasyl, by Ian McDonald

  • Chère sweetest mangue, voila quelque chose qui me fait regretter encore plus de ne plus être stagiaire chez Pierre Hermé.

    foodbeam » Comme chez Pierre Hermé – Sablés aux olives noires

  • This was done without getting stuck in the past, colourful Brazil of exported nostalgia; the book moves on pretty quickly in time to the innovative music scene of Recife which mixed a whole lot of traditional sounds maracatu and samba combined with hip-hop, rap, electronica into a sound called mangue.

    That Music In Brazil book I borrowed a couple of weeks ago

  • Among grafted varieties the _mangue_ is quite as delicious as the orange.

    Two Years in the French West Indies

  • They mix the hip-hop-inspired mangue bit, or mangue beat, with the brassy

    NPR Topics: News

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