Pronunciation is key here. A lot of people say MUNG - EE. It's MÅN (like the "mon" in Monday) + NGE'.
We don't say the old lady is nice. We say MÅNNGE' NA BIHA. She's a delicious elderly lady.
We don't say the person speaks well. We say MÅNNGE' AN KUMUENTOS. S/he is delicious when s/he speaks.
We don't say it's enjoyable whenever we get together. We say MÅNNGE' KADA MAN DADANÑA' HIT. It's delicious every time we get together.
Of course we don't mean that literally. It's just that we're really into the sense of taste.
You couldn't use månnge' for everything that is good. You wouldn't say "That street is delicious." "Månnge' ayo na chålan." You'd say "maolek" to say the street is a good street.
Minannge' : tastiness, succulence
I na minannge'! It's so tasty!
WHATEVER YOU EAT TODAY, SAY IT'S MÅNNGE'!