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A '''mongoose''' is a small [[carnivora]]n member of 33<ref>Vaughan, Terry A.; James M. Ryan; Nicholas J. Czaplewski (2010). ''Mammalogy''. Jones & Bartlett Learning. p. 300. ISBN 0-7637-6299-7</ref> living species in southern [[Eurasia]] and mainland Africa of the [[family (taxonomy)|family]] Herpestidae.<ref name=msw3/> Four additional species from [[Madagascar]] in the subfamily [[Galidiinae]], which were previously classified in this family, are also referred to as "mongooses" or "mongoose-like". Genetic evidence indicates the Galidiinae are more closely related to other Madagascar carnivorans in the family [[Eupleridae]], which is the closest living group to the true mongooses.
 
A '''mongoose''' is a small [[carnivora]]n member of 33<ref>Vaughan, Terry A.; James M. Ryan; Nicholas J. Czaplewski (2010). ''Mammalogy''. Jones & Bartlett Learning. p. 300. ISBN 0-7637-6299-7</ref> living species in southern [[Eurasia]] and mainland Africa of the [[family (taxonomy)|family]] Herpestidae.<ref name=msw3/> Four additional species from [[Madagascar]] in the subfamily [[Galidiinae]], which were previously classified in this family, are also referred to as "mongooses" or "mongoose-like". Genetic evidence indicates the Galidiinae are more closely related to other Madagascar carnivorans in the family [[Eupleridae]], which is the closest living group to the true mongooses.
   
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The word "mongoose" is derived from the [[Marathi language|Marathi]] name ''{{lang|mr-Latn|mungus}}'' ({{lang|mr|मुंगूस}}) (pronounced as {{IPA|[muŋɡuːs]}}), perhaps ultimately from [[Dravidian languages|Dravidian]] (cf. [[Telugu language|Telugu]] ''{{lang|te-Latn|mungeesa}}'' ({{lang|te|ముంగిస}}), [[Kannada]] ''{{lang|kn-Latn|mungisi}}'' ({{lang|kn|ಮುಂಗಿಸಿ}})). The form of the English name (since 1698) was altered to its "-[[:wikt:goose|goose]]" ending by [[folk-etymology]].<ref>Forsyth, Mark (2012). [http://books.google.com/books?id=U0zav6EgOwYC&pg=PT77&dq= ''The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language'']. Penguin. ISBN 1101611766. Retrieved June 16, 2013.</ref> It has no etymological connection with the word goose. The plural form is mongooses,<ref>{{cite web | url=http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Mongoose | title=Dictionary.com: mongoose | accessdate=2008-08-22}}''</ref> or, rarely, mongeese.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/mongoose | title=Merriam-Webster: mongoose | accessdate=2006-04-12}}</ref> It has also been spelled "mungoose".<ref>Lydekker, R. 1894. A hand-book to the Carnivora. Part 1, Cats, civets, and mungooses. London: Allen.</ref>
 
The word "mongoose" is derived from the [[Marathi language|Marathi]] name ''{{lang|mr-Latn|mungus}}'' ({{lang|mr|मुंगूस}}) (pronounced as {{IPA|[muŋɡuːs]}}), perhaps ultimately from [[Dravidian languages|Dravidian]] (cf. [[Telugu language|Telugu]] ''{{lang|te-Latn|mungeesa}}'' ({{lang|te|ముంగిస}}), [[Kannada]] ''{{lang|kn-Latn|mungisi}}'' ({{lang|kn|ಮುಂಗಿಸಿ}})). The form of the English name (since 1698) was altered to its "-[[:wikt:goose|goose]]" ending by [[folk-etymology]].<ref>Forsyth, Mark (2012). [http://books.google.com/books?id=U0zav6EgOwYC&pg=PT77&dq= ''The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language'']. Penguin. ISBN 1101611766. Retrieved June 16, 2013.</ref> It has no etymological connection with the word goose. The plural form is mongooses,<ref>{{cite web | url=http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Mongoose | title=Dictionary.com: mongoose | accessdate=2008-08-22}}''</ref> or, rarely, mongeese.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/mongoose | title=Merriam-Webster: mongoose | accessdate=2006-04-12}}</ref> It has also been spelled "mungoose".<ref>Lydekker, R. 1894. A hand-book to the Carnivora. Part 1, Cats, civets, and mungooses. London: Allen.</ref>
   
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