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Definition of mangue

mangue
Kusimanse Ku`si*man"se, n. (Zo["o]l.) A carnivorous animal (Crossarchus obscurus) of tropical Africa. It its allied to the civets. Called also kusimansel, and mangue.
Mangue
Mangue Mangue, n. [F.] (Zo["o]l.) The kusimanse.

Meaning of mangue from wikipedia

- Mangue, Mangué or Mangüé may refer to: Mangué Camara (b. 1982), Guinean footballer Mangué Cissé (1945–2009), Ivorian footballer Constancia Mangue (b....
- Constancia Mangue Nsue Okomo (born 20 August 1951), also known as Constancia Mangue de Obiang, is the First Lady of Equatorial Guinea. She is the wife...
- The mangue bit or manguebeat movement is a cultural movement created circa 1991 in the city of Recife in Northeast Brazil in reaction to the cultural and...
- Mangue, also known as Chorotega, is an extinct Oto-Manguean language indigenous to Nicaragua, Honduras and Costa Rica. The ethnic po****tion numbered around...
- Mangué Cissé Djibrila (17 November 1945 – 30 September 2009) was an Ivorian footballer who pla**** as a defender. In 1970 he reached to semi-final of the...
- Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue (born 25 June 1968, nicknamed Teodorín) is the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea, in office since 2012. He is a son of Teodoro...
- "Castillo mangüé", also known as "Chévere mangüé", is a traditional Cuban pregón (street cry) often pla**** as a yambú, son or guaracha. According to Helio...
- Marta Mangué González (born 23 April 1983) is a Spanish handballer for Bourg-de-Péage Drôme Handball and the Spanish national team. She was part of the...
- Mangué Camara (born 15 September 1982 in Macenta) is a Guinean football player who plays for AS Moulins. He was part of the Guinean 2004 African Nations...
- Chiapanec–Mangue languages and correctly established the major subgroupings of the Oaxacan group. And in 1926, Schmidt coined the name Otomi–Mangue for a...
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