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[yangk] /yæŋk/

noun, adjective, Informal.
1.
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/jæŋk/
verb
1.
to pull, jerk, or move with a sharp movement; tug
noun
2.
a sharp jerking movement; tug
/jæŋk/
noun
1.
a slang word for an American
2.
(US, informal) short for Yankee
v.

1822, Scottish, of unknown origin. Related: Yanked; yanking. The noun is 1818 in sense of “sudden blow, cuff.”

noun

Talking: He kept up his tedious yammer (1500+)

verb

[fr Scots dialect, related to German Jammer, ”lamentation, misery”]

noun

The penis; jang,wang: A macho machine, a celebration of the yang, bang, whang/ Like I need a three-foot yang-yang (1970s+)

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