English edit

Etymology edit

From Swahili muhogo.

Noun edit

mogo (uncountable)

  1. (Africa) cassava

Anagrams edit

Dharug edit

Noun edit

mogo

  1. Obsolete form of mugu.

French edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from a Mande language with a noun meaning “man”.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

mogo m (plural mogos)

  1. (Ivory Coast slang) bloke, man, particularly as seen as engaging in intercourse with women, philanderer, lothario
    • 2014, “Bébé”, El Jay (lyrics), performed by Kiff No Beat:
      Bébé laisse toi aller, tout le monde sait que t’es kpoklé
      On sait que t’as fini de mougou tous les mogos qui jouent les millionnaires de ton quartier
      Baby let yourself go, all the world knows that you are a skank
      One knows that you have accomplished to shag all philanderers of your ends who play millionaires

References edit

  • Lafage, Suzanne (2002) Le lexique français de Côte d’Ivoire (Le français en Afrique; Nº 16 et 17)‎[1], Nice: Institut de Linguistique française – CNRS