Spang (?), v. t.

To spangle.

[Obs.]

 

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Spang, v. i.

To spring; to bound; to leap.

[Scot.]

But when they spang o'er reason's fence, We smart for't at our own expense. Ramsay.

 

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Spang, n.

A bound or spring.

[Scot.]

Sir W. Scott.

 

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Spang, n. [AS. spange a clasp or fastening; akin to D. spang, G. spange, OHG. spanga, Icel. spong a spangle.]

A spangle or shining ornament.

[Obs.]

With glittering spangs that did like stars appear. Spenser.

 

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