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- in Africa
- Mongo, Chad, a Sahel city
- hence Apostolic Vicariate of Mongo (Roman Catholic missionary jurisdiction)
- Mongo, Sierra Leone, a chiefdom
- Mongo River (Little Scarces River), Guinea and Sierra Leone, a tributary of the Little Scarces River - see List of rivers of Guinea and List of rivers of Sierra Leone
- Mongo Department, Gabon - see Departments of Gabon
- in America
- Mongo, Indiana, United States, an unincorporated community
- Mongo people, one of the largest ethnic groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Mongo Santamaría (1917-2003), Cuban jazz/salsa percussionist
- Mongo Beti, pen name of Cameroonian writer Alexandre Biyidi Awala (1932-2001)
- nickname of Drew Parsons (musician) (born 1974), bassist of the American pop punk band American Hi-Fi
- Mike Mangold (born 1955), American airline and former aerobatics pilot whose US Air Force call sign was "Mongo"
- Steve McMichael (born 1957), former American football player and professional wrestler whose ring name was "Mongo"
- Mark LoMonaco (born 1971), American professional wrestler, one of whose ring names is "Mongo Vyle"
- Mongo (planet), 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, a character in the novel Push and the film adaptation Precious
- Mongo, a character in the 1974 comedy film Blazing Saddles, played by Alex Karras
- Mongo, an imaginary person in the comedy film There's Something About Mary
- General Mongo, a character in the 1970 Western film Compañeros
- Mongo language, the language of the Mongo people
- Mongo, one of the five languages of the Duala language-cluster, spoken in Cameroon
- Mongo (horse), American champion thoroughbred racehorse
- Möngö, a Mongolian monetary unit worth 0.01 Mongolian tögrög
- MongoDB, an open-source document-oriented database
- A variant of mong, a derogatory shortening of Mongoloid
- Buddleja davidii 'Mongo' = Nanho Blue, a shrub cultivar
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