Wang

Wang is slang for the penis.
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Wang

Wang noun [ Middle English wange , Anglo-Saxon wange , wonge , cheek, jaw; akin to Dutch wang , Old Saxon & Old High German wanga , German wange .] 1. The jaw, jawbone, or cheek bone. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] « So work aye the wangs in...
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Wang

• (n.) The jaw, jawbone, or cheek bone. • (n.) A slap; a blow. • (n.) See Whang.
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Wang

(from the article `China`) ...in Chinese history. Wuhou had been a low-ranking concubine of Taizong. She was taken into Gaozong`s palace and, after a series of complex ...
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wang

(from the article `Genghis Khan`) ...with Toghril, Tem├╝jin seized the opportunity of continuing the clan feud and took the Tatars in the rear. The Jin emperor rewarded Toghril with ... The ritual schedule records 29 royal ancestors over a span of 17 generations who, from at least Wuding to Dixin, were each known as wang (`king...
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WANG

WANG (1330 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Standards/MOR format to the Havelock, North Carolina, USA area. The station is owned by Digity, LLC, through licensee NM License, LLC. WANG is limited to daytime operation only. ...
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Wang

Type: Term Pronunciation: wang Definitions: 1. Chung Yik, Chinese pathologist, 1889-1931. See: Wang test
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wang

the cheek; a molar
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