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English Word:

wong


English Pronunciation:

wong


Noun:


⇨Etymology

(Anglo-Saxon) wang, wong.


⇨Definition

A field. (obsolete) Spelman. "Woods and wonges." Havelok the Dane.



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Wiktionary

Etymology:

Old English wang, wong, from Germanic. Cognate with Danish vang.


Noun:

wong (plural wongs) (obsolete, except in placenames) A field or other piece of land.


Anagrams:

gown


Reference:

wong

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