Stang

Ritual tool from Pagan Rome which resembles a two-pronged trident. Often used in place of the wand or circle.
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Stang

Stang imperfect of Sting . [ Archaic]
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Stang

Stang noun [ Middle English stange , of Scand. or Dutch origin; confer Icelandic stöng , akin to Danish stang , Swedish stång , Dutch stang , German stange , Old High German stanga , Anglo-Saxon steng ; from the root of English stin
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Stang

Stang intransitive verb [ Akin to sting ; confer Icelandic stanga to prick, to goad.] To shoot with pain. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Stang

• (n.) In land measure, a pole, rod, or perch. • (n.) A long bar; a pole; a shaft; a stake. • (v. i.) To shoot with pain. • imp. of Sting. • of Sting
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stang

a traditional Welsh unit of land area generally equal to 3240 square yards, 0.6694 acre, or 0.2709 hectare.
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Stang

A stang was a pole on which wife-abusers were carried while being paraded around the neighbourhood and shamed - a practise known as riding the stang.
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stang

stake; pole
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