Mingo (disambiguation)


Mingo (disambiguation)

Mingo is the name of a Native American tribe and the tribe's language.

Mingo may also refer to:

Place names

In the United States:

Other uses

  • Mingo, Muskogean word for chief
  • Carles Domingo Pladevall, aka Mingo, Spanish footballer
  • Mingo (musician), an ambient musician
  • USS Mingo, the name of two ships in the United States Navy
  • Mingo Oak, until 1934, considered the largest and oldest white oak in the U.S., formerly in West Virginia
  • Mingo snapper, another name for the Vermilion Snapper (Rhomboplites aurorubens), a fish of the Caribbean with rough leathery skin
  • Mingo, a city in the Flash Gordon comic strip
  • Mingo, a character in the television series Daniel Boone, played by actor Ed Ames.

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