noun, Chinese Cookery.
a stewlike dish of sliced meat, seafood, and vegetables cooked together in hot broth, often in a clay pot, and seasoned with a hot sauce.
an Asian dish using a shared pot of simmering stock in which each diner dips meat or vegetables to cook it, which is then eaten with condiments or sauces; also called Mongolian firepot , Chinese firepot , boiling firepot
from northern China / Mongolia
noun, (often lowercase) Pathology. 1. (no longer in technical use) Down syndrome.
- Mongolian spot
mongolian spot n. Any of a number of dark-bluish or mulberry-colored spots on the lower back, observed in newborn infants, that enlarge for a short time after birth and then gradually recede. Also called blue spot.
[mong-gol-ik, mon-] /mɒŋˈgɒl ɪk, mɒn-/ adjective 1. (def 4). 2. (def 2). noun 3. (def 7). /mɒŋˈɡɒlɪk/ noun 1. a branch or subfamily of the Altaic family of languages, including Mongolian, Kalmuck, and Buryat 2. another word for Mongoloid
[mong-guh-liz-uh m, mon-] /ˈmɒŋ gəˌlɪz əm, ˈmɒn-/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) Pathology. 1. (no longer in technical use; now considered offensive) . /ˈmɒŋɡəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. (pathol) a formerly used and now highly offensive name for Down’s syndrome mongolism mon·gol·ism or Mon·gol·ism (mŏng’gə-lĭz’əm, mŏn’-) n. Down syndrome. No longer in technical use.