Definition of fango in English:

fango

noun

  • [mass noun], [usually as modifier] Mud from thermal springs in Italy, used in curative treatment at spas and health farms:

    ‘fango mud baths’
    • ‘The fango is made of pure volcanic ash, and removes impurities, replaces minerals and gently exfoliates the skin.’
    • ‘Fango is volcanic in origin. The mud is rich in minerals and promotes the release of toxins and relieves muscular and arthritic pain.’

Origin

Early 20th century: Italian, literally mud.

Pronunciation

fango

/ˈfaŋɡəʊ/