"The women slept."
[q͡χoŋ] in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Small q is a bit like a "k" but pronounced further back in the throat (IPA [q]); capital Q starts with that sound but has a fricative after it similar to the Spanish "j" or German "ch" as in "Bach".
So, Qong sounds a bit as if it were a German word spelled kchohng (with an [o] in the middle as in Ton, not an [ɔ] as in Tonne).
You can listen to it here: https://hol.kag.org/a/Qong (click on the word and then on the audio player).