Ngor (honorable) is a commune d'arrondissement of the city of Dakar, Senegal. As of 2013 it had a population of 17,383. The westernmost point of the African continent is located there. Ngor is one of the four original Lebou villages of the Cap-Vert Peninsula, along with Yoff, Hann, and Ouakam. It includes the small island of Ngor.
|• Total||4.5 km2 (1.7 sq mi)|
|Elevation||5 m (16 ft)|
|• Density||3,900/km2 (10,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+0 (GMT)|
Ngor's recorded history dates back to 1550 when migrants from the interior of Senegal including the Walo, Cayor, Jolof (also as Djolof or Wolof) and Baol came into the Cap-Vert peninsula.
The most notable football club is Olympique de Ngor, the club once played at the First Division of Senegal and later Ligue 1 (Premier League) and was relegated in 2016 to Ligue 2 where they currently play. Another club named Almadies who once played in the First Division up to around the 1970s was based in Ngor.
- Diogal Sakho, musician
- C. T. Mbengue, "An introduction to the traditional villages of Yoff, Ngor and Ouakam ", R. Register and B. Peeks (under the direction of), Village wisdom, future cities, 1996, Third Ecoville-Ecovillage (Écoville-Écovillage) International Conference at Yoff, Sénégal, Ecocity Builders, Oakland, California, p. 82–85.
- Jean-Louis Acquier, Ngor, village de la grande banlieue de Dakar : traditions et mutations, University of Bordeaux, 1971, p. 250 p.
- Fatou Seye Mbow, Évolution des villages lébou du Cap-Vert : le cas de Ngor [Evolution of Lebou Village of the Cap-Vert Peninsula]', Dakar, University of Dapar, 1983, p. 168