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  • angō- — *angō , *angōn, *anga , *angan germ., schwach Maskulinum (n): nhd. Haken ( Maskulinum), Widerhaken, Speer, Pfeil; ne. hook, barb, spear (Neutrum), arrow; Rekontruktionsbasis: an., as., ahd.; Etymologie …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • -ango — ango, a Sufijo que forma algunos nombres despectivos: ‘bullanga, charanga, fritanga, zanguango’. * * * ango, ga. suf. U. con valor despectivo en sustantivos y adjetivos. Fritanga, maturrango, pendanga …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • -ango — ango, ga suf. U. con valor despectivo en sustantivos y adjetivos. Fritanga, maturrango, pendanga …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Ango — An Nihongo|ango|安居|, or kessei, is a Japanese term for a three month long period of intense training for students of Zen Buddhism, lasting anywhere from 90 to 100 days. [Ford, 217] They are typically held twice a year, the first period from… …   Wikipedia

  • Ango — Ạngo   der, s/ s, fränkische Lanze (0,80 1,84 m) mit extrem langer und dünner Eisenspitze; aus germanischen Widerhakenlanzen entwickelt, von der Mitte des 5. bis zum Beginn des 7. Jahrhunderts zusätzliche Waffe der vornehmen Krieger.   Literatur …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ANGO`LA —    (2,400), a district on the W. coast of Africa, between the Congo and Benguela, subject to Portugal, the capital of which is St. Paul de Loando …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • ANGO`RA —    (20), a city in the centre of Anatolia, in a district noted for its silky, long haired animals, cats and dogs as well as goats …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Ango Sakaguchi — (坂口 安吾 Sakaguchi Ango ; 1906 1955) was a Japanese novelist and essayist. His real name was Heigo Sakaguchi (坂口 炳五 Sakaguchi Heigo ). From Niigata, Sakaguchi was one of a group of younger Japanese writers to rise to prominence in the years… …   Wikipedia

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