Definition funny of Congal:

urban(Spanish) Congal can mean a house or a strip club or a whore house. Also can be used as Congalero or Congalera referring to something pertaining to a congal.

urbanLas luces de navidad de tu casa se ven bien congaleras.


Songs about Congal:

songsCongal (Originally Performed By Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine) by The Latin Party Allstars from the Album 40 Worlds Greatest Latin Hits - The Only Latino Hits Album You'll Ever Need (Deluxe Version)

songsCongal by Banda del Mar from the Album Fiesta Latina (Musica Latino-Americana, Successi Estivi, Summer Hits, Hit Parade Latina)

songsEl Congal (Original Mix) by Rodrigo Roura from the Album Moving City EP

songsLa Sirenita (Classic Congal Mix) by Rafael Alcon from the Album Las Megas Cumbias


Books about Congal:

booksCongal, a Poem in Five Books (1872 ) by Sir Samuel Ferguson (Oct 21, 2009)

booksCongal. A poem in five books, etc. by Sir Samuel Ferguson (Mar 18, 2010)

booksCongal: A Poem, in Five Books by Samuel Ferguson (Aug 31, 2012)

booksCongal : a poem in five books by Samuel Ferguson (Aug 31, 2012)

booksCongal : a poem in five books by Samuel Ferguson (Jan 1, 1907)

booksCongal: A Poem in Five Books by Samuel Ferguson (Aug 21, 2008)

booksCongal a Poems Five Books by Anonymous and Edver ponsen (Apr 6, 2010)


Movies about Congal:



Wiki information Congal:

Congal Cáech
Deceased Person, Person

Congal Cáech was a king of the Cruithne of Dál nAraidi, in modern Ulster, from around 626 to 637. He was king of Ulster from 627–637 and, according to some sources, High King of Ireland.

Congal Cláiringnech

Congal Cláiringnech, son of Rudraige, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a king of Ulster and High King of Ireland. He was the brother of Bresal Bó-Díbad, the former High King, who had been killed by Lugaid...