- According to Clements & Ford (1979:196), the first ɔ is pronounced long.
- As for Tonal Class, Benson (1964) classifies this term into Class 9 with a disyllabic stem, together with gĩcũhĩ, njũi, and so on.
- (Kiambu) Yukawa (1981, 1985) classifies this term into a group including gĩcũhĩ, mũberethi, mũthamaki, thabina, njogoo, Mũthũngũ, mũthanga, rĩithori (pl. maithori), mũcemanio, kĩgokora, kĩroruha, ndagitari, and so on.
mũgogo class 3 (plural mĩgogo)
- stout log
- fallen or felled trunk
- log bridge, trunk bridge
- ^ Hinde, Hildegarde (1904). Vocabularies of the Kamba and Kikuyu languages of East Africa, pp. 10–11, 38–39. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- ^ Clements, George N. and Kevin C. Ford (1979). "Kikuyu Tone Shift and Its Synchronic Consequences." In Linguistic Inquiry, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 179–210.
- ^ Yukawa, Yasutoshi (1981). "A Tentative Tonal Analysis of Kikuyu Nouns: A Study of Limuru Dialect." In Journal of Asian and African Studies, No. 22, 75–123.
- ^ Yukawa, Yasutoshi (1985). "A Second Tentative Tonal Analysis of Kikuyu Nouns." In Journal of Asian and African Studies, No. 29, 190–231.
- “mũgogo” in Benson, T.G. (1964). Kikuyu-English dictionary, p. 115. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
- Kagaya, Ryohei (1981). "An Analysis of Tonal Classification of Noun in the Kabete Dialect of Kikuyu," 8–9. In Journal of Asian and African Studies, No. 22, 1–20.