Tang

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See also: tang, tāng, táng, tàng, tǎng, tăng, and tång

English[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Mandarin (Táng).

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Tang

  1. The imperial dynasty of China which reigned from 618 to 907.
  2. The Turkic dynasty of China which lasted from 923 to 936.
  3. A kingdom in China which existed between 937 and 975.
  4. Any of a number of places in China.
  5. A Chinese surname​.

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Mandarin (Tāng).

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Proper noun[edit]

Tang (plural Tangs)

  1. A Chinese surname​.

Etymology 3[edit]

From Cantonese (tang4).

Proper noun[edit]

Tang (plural Tangs)

  1. A Chinese surname​.

Etymology 4[edit]

From Cantonese (dang6).

Proper noun[edit]

Tang (plural Tangs)

  1. A Chinese surname​.

Etymology 5[edit]

From Teochew (dang5).

Proper noun[edit]

Tang (plural Tangs)

  1. A Chinese surname​.

Etymology 6[edit]

From Persian تنگ(tang, narrow, tight).

Proper noun[edit]

Tang

  1. Any of a number of places, including a village in Iran and a village in Afghanistan.

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Of North Germanic origin, such as Danish tang or Swedish tång, from Old Norse þongull, þang, from Proto-Germanic *þanga, from Proto-Indo-European *tenk- (to thicken, be solid), related to Proto-Germanic *þinhaną.

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Noun[edit]

Tang m (genitive Tangs, plural Tange)

  1. seaweed

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Tagalog[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Mandarin (táng).

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Tang

  1. A surname of Chinese origin.