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From Byzantine Greek ἄγγων ‎(ángōn, prong, hook); ultimately from Germanic origins.

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angon ‎(plural angons)

  1. a type of javelin with a barbed tip used by the Franks and the various Germanic tribes in the Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages

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angon m ‎(plural angons)

  1. (weaponry) angon
  2. fishgig

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