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    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

IS A
    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  邦哥鼓 · Bongo · bongó · bongô · 小鼓

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

IS A
    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  bongo · bongo drum · bongó · bongô

A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

More definitions


A small drum; played with the hands WordNet 2020
A small drum, generally played in a pair that are designed to sound harmonically together. OmegaWiki
Either of a pair of small drums of Cuban origin, played by beating with the hands. Wiktionary
One of a pair of small drums, played with the hand. Wiktionary

IS A
    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  bongo · bongó · bongô

Petit tambour, généralement joué par pair conçus pour sonner harmonieusement ensemble. OmegaWiki

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô · μπόντζο

Είδος μικρού τυμπάνου που κρούεται με τα δάχτυλα Greek WordNet

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

IS A
    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  bongo · bongos · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  ボンゴ · Bongo · bongó · bongô

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

IS A
    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  Bongo · bongó · bongô · бонго́

 A small drum; played with the hands WordNet

    •     bn:00012025n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2017/01/01

  bongó · bongo · bongô

Pequeño tambor, generalmente tocado por pares haciendo que suene de forma coherente. OmegaWiki

IS A

 

Translations

Bongo, bongó, bongô, بونغو الطبل
邦哥鼓, Bongo, bongó, bongô, 小鼓, 邦哥, 邦戈鼓
bongo, bongo drum, bongó, bongô
bongo, bongó, bongô, bongo tambour
bongo, bongó, bongô, bongo trommel
Bongo, bongó, bongô, μπόντζο, bongo τύμπανο
Bongo, bongó, bongô, בונגו תוף
Bongo, bongó, bongô, बोंगो ड्रम
bongo, bongos, bongó, bongô, bongo tamburo
ボンゴ, Bongo, bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô, бонго́, бонго барабан
bongó, bongo, bongô

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BabelNet terms

Bongo, bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
bongó, bongô
bongô
bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
Bongo, bongó, bongô
bongô

WordNet senses

WordNet 2020 senses

WordNet du Français

bongo

MultiWordNet senses

bongo, bongos

Chinese Open WordNet senses

小鼓, 邦哥鼓

Japanese WordNet senses

ボンゴ

Greek WordNet senses

μπόντζο

Multilingual Central Repository senses

bongo, bongó

WOLF senses

bongo

Translations from SemCor sentences or monosemous words

بونغو الطبل
邦戈鼓
bongo tambour
bongo trommel
bongo τύμπανο
בונגו תוף
बोंगो ड्रम
bongo tamburo
ボンゴ
бонго барабан
bongó
2 sources | 4 senses
5 sources | 9 senses
5 sources | 10 senses
5 sources | 6 senses
3 sources | 4 senses
3 sources | 5 senses
2 sources | 4 senses
2 sources | 4 senses
4 sources | 6 senses
4 sources | 6 senses
3 sources | 5 senses
5 sources | 6 senses