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Etymology 1Edit

Onomatopoeic.

NounEdit

bong (plural bongs)

  1. A clang of a large bell.
  2. Door bell chimes.
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VerbEdit

bong (third-person singular simple present bongs, present participle bonging, simple past and past participle bonged)

  1. to pull a bell.
  2. to ring a doorbell.

Etymology 2Edit

 
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From Thai บ้อง (bɔ̂ng, a marijuana pipe).

NounEdit

bong (plural bongs)

  1. A vessel, usually made of glass or ceramic and filled with water, used in smoking various substances; especially marijuana or pot.
  2. A device for rapidly consuming beer, usually consisting of a funnel or reservoir of beer and a length of tubing.
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Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

bong (plural bongs)

  1. A very wide piton.

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

bong (plural bongs)

  1. Alternative spelling of bung (purse)

Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

bong (plural bongs)

  1. an ethnic slur targeting Australian aboriginals
Alternative spellingsEdit

bung and boong


GilberteseEdit

NounEdit

bong (plural boong)

  1. Nighttime.
  2. Dark.
  3. A day of 24 hours.

PalauanEdit

NounEdit

bong

  1. drainage ditch surrounding taro patch

Saterland FrisianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Compare Dutch bang.

AdjectiveEdit

bong

  1. fearful; afraid

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VietnameseEdit

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bong

  1. to be peeled off, to be flaked off

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