Bongo


Bongo

Bongo(s) may refer to:

In nature:
*Bongo (antelope), a species of forest antelope from Africa

In geography:
*Bongo Country, the name of several places in Africa

In entertainment:
*Bongo drum, a percussion instrument made up of two small drums attached to each other
*The Bongos, an America pop music band

In vehicles:
*Kia Bongo, an automobile
*Mazda Bongo, a van

In computing:
*Bongo (animation), a plug-in for the Rhinoceros 3D modeling program
*Bongo (software), an open source mail and calendar project

In fiction:
*Bongo Comics, a comic book publishing company
*Bongo ("Dragon Ball") or Krillin, a character in "Dragon Ball" media
*Bongo, a character in the 1947 Walt Disney animated film "Fun and Fancy Free"
*Bongo, a character in the Matt Groening comic strip "Life in Hell"
*Bongo submarine, a fictional vehicle in the film ""

People with the surname

*Omar Bongo (born 1935), President of Gabon

ee also

*Operation Bongo II or Oklahoma City sonic boom tests
*Um Bongo, a British fruit drink marketed at children


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