Origin: ME, that which is seized < OE < base of fon, to take, catch, akin to Ger fangen < IE base *pak, *pa, to fasten, tie > L pangere (see peace), Sans pá-, noose
See fang in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English, booty, spoils, something seized
Origin: , from Old English; see pag- in Indo-European roots.
noun pl. Fang Fang or Fangs
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