DONG

dong

(noun) the basic unit of money in Vietnam

ding, dong, dingdong

(verb) go ‘ding dong’, like a bell

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology 1

Noun

dong (plural dongs or dong)

The currency of Vietnam, 100 xus. Symbol:

Etymology 2

Noun

dong (plural dongs)

(slang) A penis.

(slang, by extension) A dildo, specifically a synthetic anatomical replica of the penis.

Synonyms

• (penis): See penis.

Etymology 3

Noun

dong (plural dongs)

Onomatopoeia for the ringing sound made by a bell with a low pitch.

Verb

dong (third-person singular simple present dongs, present participle donging, simple past and past participle donged)

Of a bell: to make a low-pitched ringing sound.

Etymology 4

Noun

dong (plural dongs)

A submunicipal administrative unit of a city in North or South Korea.

Anagrams

• Gond, gnod

Proper noun

Dong (plural Dongs)

A surname.

Statistics

• According to the 2010 United States Census, Dong is the 2879th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 12466 individuals. Dong is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (93.81%) individuals.

Anagrams

• Gond, gnod

Source: Wiktionary



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