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- Mongo, Chad, a city
- Mongo, Sierra Leone, a chiefdom
- Mongo, Indiana, a small town in the United States
- Mongo people, one of the largest ethnic groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Mongo language, the language of the Mongo people
- Mongo Santamaría, a Cuban jazz/salsa percussionist
- Monguito, a Cuban salsa singer
- Steve McMichael ("Mongo" McMichael), a former American football player and professional wrestler
- Mongo (planet), the fictional setting for the adventures of Flash Gordon
- Magic Mongo, a fictional genie featured in segments of the Saturday morning TV program The Krofft Supershow
- Mongo (Shrek), a fictional giant gingerbread man in the animated movie Shrek 2
- Mongo the Magnificent, a fictional private investigator with dwarfism
- Mongo Vyle, pro wrestler
- Mongo, a character in the novel Push and its film adaptation Precious
- Mongo, a character played by Alex Karras in the 1974 comedy film Blazing Saddles
- Mongo, an imaginary person in the comedy film There's Something About Mary.
- Stomatepia mongo, a critically endangered species of cichlid fish of Cameroon.
- Mongo (horse), American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse
- Möngö ("money" in Mongolian language) and also a Mongolian monetary unit, where 100 Möngö equal 1 Mongolian tögrög
- Mongo, objects rescued from the trash during Dumpster diving
- Mongo Ika and Uzusho Mongo, Japanese cuttlefish sushi
- The Mongo (graphics program), an interactive graphics program distributed under the GNU General Public License
- MongoDB, an open source document-oriented database.
- A variant of mondo, meaning "to a great degree, extremely, very"
- A variant of mong, a derogatory shortening of Mongoloid
- Mongo foot, a style of skateboarding, where one uses one's leading foot to push
- Monggo, a commonly used name in the Philippines for mung beans.
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