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Mondo (Italian, Ido, and Esperanto for "world"), may also refer to:


  • People 1
  • Botany 2
  • Computer science 3
  • Culture and entertainment 4
    • Fictional characters 4.1
    • Film 4.2
    • Language 4.3
    • Magazines 4.4
    • Music 4.5
    • Albums 4.6
    • Songs 4.7
  • Companies 5
  • Religion 6
  • Other uses 7
  • See also 8



Computer science

Culture and entertainment

Fictional characters

  • Mondo (comics), a comic book character
  • Mondo (Toshinden character), a character in the Battle Arena Toshinden fighting game series
  • King Mondo, the leader of the fictional Machine Empire and the main villain in Power Rangers: Zeo
  • Mondo Agake, a Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ character known for his comic relief and having been the star of his own sitcom spinoff
  • Mondo Gecko, a supporting character in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Mondo, a "professional bug-hunter" from the Aliens comic book series
  • Mondo Oowada, a character from the video game Dangan Ronpa as well as its anime adaption



  • "Mondo mess", valspeak for "large" or "extremely", from the title of the Italian film Mondo cane


  • Mondo 2000, a publication aimed at cyberpunks and dubbed "the next millennium's first magazine"






  • Mondo (scripture), recorded collection of dialogues between a pupil and a rōshi (a Zen Buddhist teacher)

Other uses

See also

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