fang definition

  • noun:
    • the hollow or grooved teeth of a venomous snake with which it injects its poison.
    • Any of the canine teeth of a carnivorous pet, such a dog or wolf, with which it seizes and tears its victim.
    • an extended, sharp, pointed tooth, particularly a canine tooth.
    • the source of a tooth or a pronglike unit of such a root.
    • A fanglike structure, especially a chelicera of a venomous spider.
    • A grasping; capture; the work or energy of seizing; hold.
    • That which is seized or carried off; booty; spoils; stolen goods.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or other thing by which hold is taken; a prehensile part or organ.
    • A channel cut-in the stone, or a pipe of lumber, used for conveying air.
    • Cage-shuts.
    • The coil or bend of a rope; (by extension) a noose; a trap.
    • an extended, pointed canine tooth useful for biting and ripping flesh or (in snakes) for injecting venom.
    • The tusk of an animal, by which the prey is seized and held or torn; an extended pointed tooth; esp., the frequently erectile, venomous teeth of serpents. Additionally, among the falcers of a spider.
    • Any shoot or any other thing where hold is taken.
    • the basis, or among the branches of root, of a tooth. See Tooth.
    • a distinct segment inside side of an adit or shaft, for an air course.
    • A projecting enamel or prong, as in a part of a lock, and/or full bowl of a belt clamp, or perhaps the end of an instrument, as a chisel, in which it goes into the handle.
    • The valve of a pump field.
    • some of the hollow or grooved teeth of a venomous serpent with which it injects its poison.
    • some of the canine teeth of a carnivorous pet, eg your pet dog or wolf, with which it seizes and tears its prey.
    • A long, razor-sharp, pointed tooth, particularly a canine tooth.
    • The root of a tooth or a pronglike unit of such a root.
    • A fanglike structure, specially a chelicera of a venomous spider.
    • A bend or loop of a rope.
    • A grasping; capture; the work or power of seizing; hold.
    • whatever is seized or carried off; booty; spoils; stolen goods.
    • A grasping; capture; the act or energy of seizing; hold.
    • whatever is seized or held off; booty; spoils; stolen goods.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or other thing by which hold is taken; a prehensile component or organ.
    • A channel cut-in the rock, or a pipe of wood, used for conveying air.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or other thing wherein hold is taken; a prehensile component or organ.
    • especially — A claw or talon; a falcula.
    • A fin.
    • a lengthy, razor-sharp tooth, as an organ of prehension, while the canine enamel of your pet dog, or even the tusk of a boar or an elephant.
    • The socketed element of a tooth, as that wherein the enamel keeps on to the jaw. There could be one or a number of fangs.
    • The poison-or venom-tooth of a serpent, by which venom is injected into a wound produced by it. See venom, and cut-under poison-fang.
    • The pointed and curved 2nd joint of the falx or chelicera of a spider, pierced in the tip because of the opening associated with poison-duct. The expression may also be applied to the whole chelicera. See slices under chelicera and falx.
    • The tang of a tool.
    • Any projecting prong in a lock or a bolt.
    • Cage-shuts.
    • The coil or bend of a rope; (by expansion) a noose; a trap.
    • an extended, pointed canine enamel employed for biting and ripping flesh or (in snakes) for injecting venom.
    • The tusk of an animal, by which the prey is seized and held or torn; a long pointed tooth; esp., one of the generally erectile, venomous teeth of serpents. In addition, one of many falcers of a spider.
    • Any shoot or other thing through which hold is taken.
    • the main, or one of the limbs of this root, of a tooth. See Enamel.
    • In mining: A channel cut in the stone, or a pipe of lumber, for conveying environment.
    • plural Cage-shuts.
    • A valve in a pump; the water-seal of a pump.
    • an appendage of insects this is certainly capable of inserting venom; generally developed from feet
    • hollow or grooved enamel of a venomous serpent; regularly inject its poison
    • a Bantu language talked in Cameroon
    • canine enamel of a carnivorous animal; familiar with seize and rip its prey
    • a distinct segment inside side of an adit or shaft, for an air course.
    • A projecting enamel or prong, as with an integral part of a lock, and/or full bowl of a belt clamp, or perhaps the end of something, as a chisel, in which it comes into the handle.
    • The valve of a pump package.
    • A bend or cycle of a rope.
    • A grasping; capture; the act or power of seizing; hold.
    • what is seized or carried down; booty; spoils; stolen products.
    • Any of the hollow or grooved teeth of a venomous snake with which it injects its poison.
    • Any of the canine teeth of a carnivorous pet, particularly a dog or wolf, with which it seizes and tears its victim.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or other thing by which hold is taken; a prehensile part or organ.
    • an extended, sharp, pointed enamel, specially a canine enamel.
    • Specifically — A claw or talon; a falcula.
    • the source of a tooth or a pronglike division of such a-root.
    • A fanglike structure, specially a chelicera of a venomous spider.
    • A grasping; capture; the work or power of seizing; hold.
    • That which is seized or held down; booty; spoils; stolen goods.
    • A fin.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or any other thing where hold is taken; a prehensile part or organ.
    • a lengthy, sharp tooth, as an organ of prehension, given that canine enamel of a dog, or even the tusk of a boar or an elephant.
    • A channel cut in the rock, or a pipe of lumber, employed for conveying air.
    • The socketed section of a tooth, as that in which the tooth keeps about the jaw. There might be one or several fangs.
    • Cage-shuts.
    • The poison-or venom-tooth of a serpent, whereby venom is inserted into a wound created by it. See venom, and cut-under poison-fang.
    • The coil or bend of a rope; (by expansion) a noose; a trap.
    • The pointed and curved second joint associated with falx or chelicera of a spider, pierced within tip because of the orifice of poison-duct. The word might be applied to the entire chelicera. See cuts under chelicera and falx.
    • The tang of an instrument.
    • an extended, pointed canine enamel utilized for biting and tearing flesh or (in snakes) for inserting venom.
    • Any projecting prong in a lock or a bolt.
    • In mining: A channel cut in the stone, or a pipe of wood, for conveying environment.
    • plural Cage-shuts.
    • A valve in a pump; the water-seal of a pump.
    • The tusk of an animal, through which the victim is seized and held or torn; a lengthy pointed enamel; esp., one of many usually erectile, venomous teeth of serpents. Additionally, one of many falcers of a spider.
    • an appendage of bugs which with the capacity of inserting venom; usually evolved from the legs
    • hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous serpent; regularly inject its poison
    • a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
    • canine tooth of a carnivorous animal; regularly seize and rip its victim
    • Any shoot or other thing through which hold is taken.
    • the main, or one of the branches of this root, of a tooth. See Tooth.
    • a distinct segment within the side of an adit or shaft, for an air course.
    • A projecting tooth or prong, like in a part of a lock, or the plate of a belt clamp, or even the end of something, as a chisel, in which it enters the handle.
    • The valve of a pump box.
    • A bend or cycle of a rope.
    • A grasping; capture; the act or energy of seizing; hold.
    • whatever is seized or held down; booty; spoils; taken products.
    • Any projection, catch, shoot, or any other thing where hold is taken; a prehensile part or organ.
    • particularly — A claw or talon; a falcula.
    • A fin.
    • a lengthy, sharp enamel, as an organ of prehension, whilst the canine tooth of your dog, or perhaps the tusk of a boar or an elephant.
    • The socketed element of a tooth, as that through which the tooth holds about the jaw. There may be one or a few fangs.
    • The poison-or venom-tooth of a serpent, whereby venom is injected into a wound made by it. See venom, and cut under poison-fang.
    • The pointed and curved 2nd joint of falx or chelicera of a spider, pierced on tip because of the opening of poison-duct. The term can be put on your whole chelicera. See slices under chelicera and falx.
    • The tang of a tool.
    • Any projecting prong in a lock or a bolt.
    • In mining: A channel cut in the stone, or a pipe of lumber, for conveying atmosphere.
    • plural Cage-shuts.
    • A valve in a pump; the water-seal of a pump.
    • an appendage of pests that's with the capacity of inserting venom; generally developed through the feet
    • hollow or grooved enamel of a venomous serpent; regularly inject its poison
    • a Bantu language talked in Cameroon
    • canine tooth of a carnivorous animal; regularly seize and rip its prey
  • verb:
    • To get, capture; seize; hold; clutch; lay your hands on.
    • To simply take; receive with assent; accept.
    • for with hospitality; welcome.
    • To receive.
    • to get or follow into spiritual connection, like in baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • to hit or strike with the fangs
    • To get, capture; seize; grip; clutch; put your hands on.
    • To take; enjoy with assent; accept.
    • for with hospitality; welcome.
    • To receive.
    • To receive or follow into spiritual relation, like in baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • to strike or strike using fangs
    • To capture, capture; seize; grip; clutch; put your hands on.
    • To take; enjoy with assent; accept.
    • for with hospitality; welcome.
    • To receive.
    • To receive or adopt into spiritual relation, such as baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • to hit or attack using the fangs
  • verb-transitive:
    • To get; to seize, just like one's teeth; to put hold of; to gripe; to clutch.
    • make it possible for to catch or rip; to provide with fangs.
    • To capture; to seize, much like tooth; to lay your hands on; to gripe; to clutch.
    • allow to get or tear; to provide with fangs.
    • To capture; to seize, as with tooth; to lay hold of; to gripe; to clutch.
    • To enable to catch or rip; to provide with fangs.
  • others:
    • To catch; seize; hold; clutch; lay hold of.
    • To just take; enjoy with assent, accept.
    • to get with hospitality, as a guest; welcome.
    • to get (anything given or enforced).
    • for or follow into spiritual connection, like in baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • To seize; put hold.
    • To get; seize; grip; clutch; lay your hands on.
    • To simply take; enjoy with assent, accept.
    • to get with hospitality, as a guest; welcome.
    • for (a thing offered or enforced).
    • To receive or follow into religious relation, such as baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • To seize; set hold.
    • To catch; seize; hold; clutch; lay hold of.
    • To just take; receive with assent, accept.
    • to get with hospitality, as a guest; welcome.
    • To receive (something offered or imposed).
    • to get or follow into spiritual relation, as with baptism; be godfather or godmother to.
    • To seize; lay hold.

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