from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Cheek; the jaw.
- n. The sound made when a hollow metal object is struck a glancing blow.
- v. To batter; to clobber; to conk.
- v. To throw hard.
- n. Penis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The jaw, jawbone, or cheek bone.
- n. A slap; a blow.
- n. See whang.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The jaw, jaw-bone, or cheek-bone.
- n. A cheek-tooth or grinder.
- n. A dialectal reduction of whang.
A wayward wang is not grounds for resignation or impeachment.
Seroiusly, do these idiots pay any attention to the LAW they are charged with upholding or has it really all just become a game of waving the wang from the soapbox to pander to subsets of the public identified by polling?
Eibmoz says: he only wants to know because his wang is larger in metric
Jing ke ci qin wang better known as The Emperor and the Assassin - I like Chen Kaige's eye almost as much as I like his writing (Temptress Moon, Farewell My Concubine).
The Tibetan term wang, usually translated as “initiation,” literally means an empowerment.
Moralistic “my wang is bigger” contests don’t strike me as the highest of pursuits to aspire to either.
January 6th, 2010 at 1: 55 am anonymous @291: Moralistic “my wang is bigger” contests don’t strike me as the highest of pursuits to aspire to either.
These teachings and the sacred phrase wang yan qi lou remind us that we have to be careful of our speech.
November 29th, 2007 at 5: 41 pm wwbd says: ono - does your avatar say ‘i love wanga’? is wanga long for wang, which is a pseudonym for the cock? if so, fek wants a word with you.
The emperors of the dynasty of Chou, which came formally into power in 1122 B.C., we have seen took no other title than that of wang, which is usually considered by Europeans to mean "king"; in modern times it is applied to the rulers of (what until recently were) tributary states, such as Loochoo, Annam, and Corea; to foreign rulers (unless they insist on a higher title); and to