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Numerology information Langos:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Langos:
Term used to describe slang. Lingo does not make sense because language is spelled with an "a" & slang is spelled with an "a" so lingo should be lango.
BRB-Be Right Back, IDK-I don't know, 143-love are all classified as lingo but can now be referred to as lango.
Songs about Langos:
Eya lango by Ben Decca from the Album Makossa haut de gamme, vol. 1 (Tous ses succès)
Margaret Brown's Favorite/ The Muckin' O'Geordies Byre/Lango Lee (Celtic Highlands Album Version) by John Mock from the Album Celtic Highlands
Barber Of Seville: Lango Al Factotum by Titta Ruffo from the Album Great Voices Of The Century
Bordel (dent de sagesse) (feat. Djo Lango) by Mekah from the Album P'tit voyou tape (avant l'buzz) [Explicit]
Bul lango Ikoce (Lango singing drums) by Ikoce from the Album Music From Uganda, Vol. 1: Traditional
Clap yo Handz (feat. Mekah, Djo Lango, Ticoq) by Tomés du Camion from the Album Rain City
Funky Westyle (feat. Cris'f, Maï Kash, Dipita, Djo Lango, Georgee Talkbox, Masta West) by Rekta from the Album Rekta Mc Made In Ouest
Books about Langos:
Lango Bible by Bible Society (Jan 1, 1996)
Lango Lee by Unknown Writer (Apr 25, 2013)
Clan Leaders and Colonial Chiefs in Lango: The Political History of an East African Stateless Society c. 1800-... by John Tosh (Jan 18, 1979)
The Anatomy of Lango Religion and Groups by T. T. S. Hayley (Jan 1, 2015)
The Lango A Nilotic Tribe of Uganda by J.H. Driberg (1923)
Lango: A Fully Democratic Approach Towards an International Auxiliary Language Initially Based on Reformed English... by Robert I. Craig and Antony I.T. Alexander (Dec 1996)
The Lango,: A Nilotic tribe of Uganda, by Jack Herbert Driberg (1923)
Wiki information Langos:
Lángos is a Hungarian food speciality, a deep fried flat bread made of a dough with flour, yeast, salt and water. It is also traditionally made in Vojvodina, Serbia, where it was introduced by the local Hungarians.
Langostino is a Spanish word with different meanings in different areas. In the United States, it is commonly used in the restaurant trade to refer to the meat of the squat lobster, which is neither a true lobster nor a prawn. It is more closely...