A twist on the word "wanker", used for variety or euphony. A term of English origin which may also be enjoyed by Americans, Australians, and people of much ilk.

Some examples of wangers: dogmatic Marxists, God-botherers (aka fundies), Objectivists, bean counters, Donald Trump, and enthusiastic Windows users.

Wang"er (?), n. [AS. wangere. See 1st Wang.]

A pillow for the cheek; a pillow.

[Obs. & R.]

His bright helm was his wanger. Chaucer.


© Webster 1913.

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