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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

tangtæŋ(n.)

  1. a strong taste or flavor.

  2. a pungent or distinctive odor.

  3. the distinctive character of a thing.

  4. a suggestion of something; trace; hint.

  5. a slender projection from an object, as a chisel or knife, serving as attachment for a handle, stock, etc.

    Category: Building Trades

Origin of tang:

1300–50; ME tange tongue of a snake, projection on a tool

tangtæŋ(n.)

  1. a sharp ringing or twanging sound; clang.

  2. (v.i.)to ring or twang; clang.

Origin of tang:

1550–60; imit.

T'angtɑŋ(n.)

or Tang

  1. a dynasty in China, a .d . 618–907, marked by the invention of printing, and the development of the arts.

    Category: Ancient History, Western History

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