What does the name Bongo mean? Find out below.
From American Spanish bongó (see American Spanish on Wikipedia).
bongo was also found in the following language(s): Finnish, Galician, Japanese, Portuguese, Romani, Spanish, and Swahili
Kanda Bongo Man is a soukous, kwassa kwassa music, and kwassa kwassa musician. He has had major accomplishments since 1980. Kanda was given the name Bongo Kanda on January 1st, 1955 in Inongo, Belgian Congo now Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bongo Herman is a reggae musician. He plays Drum kit and Percussion instrument. He was most active from 1950 to 1950. Bongo is also known as Herman Davis.
Ali Bongo was a magician and magic (illusion). Ali was given the name William Oliver Wallace on December 8th, 1929 in Bangalore, India. He breathed his last breath on March 8th, 2009.
Pascaline was born on April 10th, 1956.
Christ Bongo is a soccer player for the SV Wilhelmshaven, Hannover 96, Gazélec Ajaccio, FC Aarau, FC Schaffhausen, FC Solothurn, FC Thun, A.C. Prato, Atlante F.C., FC 105 Libreville, Sporting Clube de Cabinda, and Congo national football team. Christ was born on August 11th, 1976 in Kinshasa.
Martin was born on July 4th, 1940.
Steady Bongo is an afro pop music musician. His ongoing career started in 1991. Steady was given the name Lansana Sheriff on August 28th, 1966 in Daru, Sierra Leone. Steady is also known as Steady Bongo.
Dom Bongo is an athlete for the AFC Wimbledon Development Squad and Academy.
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People with the last name Bongo are most frequently White or African American