[ma-goh, mah-, mag-uh t] /mæˈgoʊ, mɑ-, ˈmæg ət/

a small, grotesque Japanese or Chinese carved figure.
/mɑːˈɡəʊ; ˈmæɡət/
a Chinese or Japanese figurine in a crouching position, usually grotesque
a less common name for Barbary ape


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