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  • n. Shortened version of mongoloid, a person with Down's syndrome
  • prep. a variant spelling of ’mong

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To trade; traffic.
  • To trade in; traffic in; deal in.
  • An abbreviated form of among: usually written 'mong.
  • n. Mixture; association.
  • n. A mixture of grain; a mixture of barley ground up with husks for feeding swine; a mash of bran and malt. Also mang.


From Old English gemong ("mingling") (whence Modern English among), from Proto-Germanic *mang- (“mix”). (Wiktionary)
Contraction of mongrel. (Wiktionary)
Contraction of Mongol or mongoloid. (Wiktionary)
Shortened from among (Wiktionary)



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  • I too heart yarb.

    June 26, 2008

  • Hey, I think that's heroic verse, that is, yarb.

    June 26, 2008

  • I were terrible, bilby. Bloody awful I were.

    June 26, 2008

  • You were a bad lad, yarb.

    June 26, 2008

  • When I was a lad, this was slang for "beg or borrow (an object), with the implicit intent not to repay". E.g. "hey Des. OK if I mong a cig off you?"

    Must have come from the sense quoted by mollusque; god knows how.

    June 26, 2008

  • Of the verb OED2 says: "To barter, trade in, exchange; (now chiefly) to spread or trade (gossip, rumours, etc.)."

    May 17, 2008

  • Oh dear. What horrid definitions this word has. They make my Stuffie list a good deal less funny.

    I vote that we jettison these definitions entirely, and instead use this word as a silly synonym for purvey.

    Thanks for the heads-up, whichbe!

    May 17, 2008

  • Noun. Imbecile, idiot. Offensive expression alluding to someone with Down Syndrome, being Mongoloid.

    Verb. To reach a drugged state where physical activity is minimal and mental faculties are incapacitated. Used frequently within the 'ecstasy' fuelled 'house' scene. Obvious relationship to the derogatory version of the noun 'mong'.

    ("A Dictionary of Slang")

    May 17, 2008