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seaport, haven ” ) Pronunciation [ edit ] IPA ( key ) : /tɑ̃ʒe/ Proper noun [ edit ] Tanger Tangiers ( city ) Anagrams [ edit ] argent , ganter , garent , gérant , grenat , ragent , régnât Norwegian Bokmål [ edit ] Norwegian Wikipedia has an article on: Tanger

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tænger Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to navigation Jump to search See also: tänger Danish [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] tænger   c plural indefinite of tang Categories : Danish non-lemma forms Danish noun forms

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tänger Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search See also: tanger , Tanger , Tánger , Tânger , and tænger Swedish [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] tänger indefinite plural of tång Categories : Swedish non-lemma forms Swedish noun

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Wu Tanger Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search Contents 1 English 1.1 Etymology 1.2 Noun 1.3 Anagrams English [ edit ] Etymology [ edit ] Wu-Tang +‎ -er Noun [ edit ] Wu Tanger ( plural Wu-Tangers ) ( Australia

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a port city in northern Morocco Arabic: طَنْجَة ‎ ‎  f ( ṭanja ) Catalan: Tànger   m Chinese: Mandarin: 丹吉尔 ( Dānjí’ěr ) Czech: Tanger   m French: Tanger   (fr) Greek: Ταγγέρη ( Tangéri ) Ancient Greek: Τιγγίς ( Tingís ) Italian

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Usually followed by uit ( “ out of ” ) or van ( “ from ” ) . Inflection [ edit ] Inflection of afkomstig uninflected afkomstig inflected afkomstige comparative — positive predicative / adverbial afkomstig indefinite m. / f.   sing. afkomstige

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tool ” ) , perhaps related to Old Norse tunga ( “ tongue ” ) . But see also Old Dutch tanger ( “ sharp", "tart", "pinching ” ) This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term. Noun [ edit ] tang ( plural tangs ) ( obsolete

wiktionary.org | 2018/5/24 4:03:00