See also: hang, háng, hàng, Háng, hāng, häng, hǎng, and hạng

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From Alemannic German Hang (hand)

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Hang

Hang (plural Hanghang)

  1. Name and trademark of a musical instrument invented and built by PANArt Hangbau AG.

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  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -aŋ

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Hang m (genitive Hanges, plural Hänge)

  1. slope, hill, hillside
  2. inclination; propensity; bias; a disposition, or liability towards something/someone.

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  • Hang” in Duden online

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Hang

  1. (historical) A title in early Malay Muslim states bestowed upon those who have done good for the state (e.g. Hang Tuah, Hang Li Po).