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Definition of Cangue

Cangue
Cangue Cangue (k[a^]ng), n. [Written also cang.] [F. cangue, fr. Pg. canga yoke.] A very broad and heavy wooden collar which certain offenders in China are compelled to wear as a punishment.

Meaning of Cangue from wikipedia

- A cangue (/kæŋ/) or tcha is a device that was used for public humiliation and corporal punishment in East Asia and some other parts of Southeast Asia until...
- The Golden Cangue (金鎖記) is a 1943 Chinese novella by Eileen Chang. The author's own English translation appeared in the anthology Modern Chinese Stories...
- Cangas de Onís (Asturian: Cangues d'Onís "valleys of Onís") is a muni****lity in the eastern part of the province and autonomous community of Asturias...
- father's former allies, the Tayichi'ud, and enslaved, reportedly with a cangue (a sort of portable stocks). With the help of a sympathetic guard, he escaped...
- Cang or CANG may refer to: Cang County, in Hebei, China Cangue, small device that was used for public humiliation California National Guard Canada goose...
- Dutch word for pillory, schandpaal, literally meaning "pole of shame". Cangue Judicial corporal punishment Jougs Scold's bridle Shrew's fiddle Notes The...
- Malacca, who had been accounted a Ming v****al; and, after placing them in cangues and keeping them for most of a year, ultimately executed 23 by lingchi...
- a Fallen City (Qing Cheng Zhi Lian, 傾城之戀) and The Golden Cangue (1943). In The Golden Cangue, Eileen Chang adopts po****r language expression for her...
- Ruffs could make it difficult to eat during mealtimes, similar to the cangue. By the start of the seventeenth century, ruffs were falling out of fashion...
- town of Avilés. Other muni****lities in Asturias include Cangas de Onís (Cangues d'Onís), Cangas del Narcea, Gozón, Grado (Grau or Grao), Langreo (Llangréu)...
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