Definition of Fangas

1. fanga [n] - See also: fanga



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fangas

fanfests
fanfic
fanfics
fanfiction
fanfold
fanfolded
fanfolding
fanfolds
fanfoot
fanft
fang
fanga
fangame
fangames
fangas (current term)
fanged
fanger
fanging
fangirl
fangirled
fangirling
fangirlism
fangirls
fangite
fangle
fangled
fangleness
fangles
fangless

Literary usage of Fangas

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1. A New System of Mercantile Arithmetic: Adapted to the Commerce of the United by Michael Walsh, Richard Turner (1822)
"I moy is 15 fangas. ... A moy of salt is the same measure as corq. A pipe of coals is 16 fangas. ..."

2. The Mercantile Arithmetic, Adapted to the Commerce of the United States, in by Michael Walsh (1828)
"4£ gallons English wine measure. A canado is .... 3 pints English. Corn Measure. moy . . is . . 15 fangas. fanga 4 ..."

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