"mondongo" meaning in All languages combined

See mondongo on Wiktionary

Noun [Catalan]

IPA: /monˈdoŋ.ɡo/ [Balearic, Valencian], /munˈdoŋ.ɡu/ [Central]
Etymology: Borrorowed from Spanish mondongo. Etymology templates: {{bor|ca|es|mondongo}} Spanish mondongo Head templates: {{ca-noun|m}} mondongo m (plural mondongos) Forms: mondongos [plural]
  1. tripe Tags: masculine
    Sense id: mondongo-ca-noun-SNaAitkc Synonyms: mandongo

Noun [English]

Etymology: Borrowed from Spanish mondongo (“tripe”). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|es|mondongo||tripe}} Spanish mondongo (“tripe”) Head templates: {{en-noun|-|s}} mondongo (usually uncountable, plural mondongos) Forms: mondongos [plural]
  1. A Latin American soup made from tripe. Tags: uncountable, usually Categories (topical): Soups
    Sense id: mondongo-en-noun-Bl.6MJQR

Noun [Papiamentu]

Etymology: From Spanish mondongo. Etymology templates: {{der|pap|es|mondongo}} Spanish mondongo Head templates: {{head|pap|noun}} mondongo
  1. guts
    Sense id: mondongo-pap-noun-Nr8o7-rV

Noun [Spanish]

IPA: /monˈdonɡo/, [mõn̪ˈd̪õŋ.ɡo]
Etymology: Uncertain; perhaps an alteration of bondongo related with mondejo and bandrullo from latin ventriculus; or itself perhaps of Arabic origin. Etymology templates: {{unk|es|title=Uncertain}} Uncertain, {{m|es|bondongo}} bondongo, {{m|es|mondejo}} mondejo, {{m|es|bandrullo}} bandrullo, {{m|la|ventriculus}} ventriculus, {{der|es|ar|-}} Arabic Head templates: {{es-noun|m}} mondongo m (plural mondongos) Forms: mondongos [plural]
  1. tripe Tags: masculine
    Sense id: mondongo-es-noun-SNaAitkc
  2. (cooking) tripes and paunch Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Cooking
    Sense id: mondongo-es-noun-sI5KxGgU Topics: cooking, food, lifestyle Synonyms: tripas, menudos, chunchules, callos, panza, intestino
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: mondonguera, mondonguero, tirar a mondongo

Inflected forms

Alternative forms

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