Chang meaning

chäŋ
Largest river and chief commercial highway of China, flowing from Tibet into the East China Sea near Shanghai: 3,964 mi (6,379 km)
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(often italicized) A traditional harp of central and southwest Asia.
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A surname​.
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A Naga language spoken in north-eastern India.
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(music) A style of Cuban music which originated in the early nineteenth century in the eastern region of Guantánamo Province, combining Spanish and African elements.
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Origin of chang

  • From Persian چنگ

    From Wiktionary