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lang

 (lăng)
adj. Scots
Long.

lang

(læŋ)
adj
a Scot word for long1

Lang

(læŋ)
n
1. (Biography) Cosmo Gordon, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth. 1864–1945, British churchman; archbishop of Canterbury (1928–42)
2. (Biography) Fritz. 1890–1976, Austrian film director, later in the US, most notable for his silent films, such as Metropolis (1926), M (1931), and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1932)
3. (Biography) Jack (John Thomas). 1876–1975, Labor premier of New South Wales from 1925–27 and from 1930–32, who introduced much social welfare legislation and was dismissed by the governor, Sir Philip Game, in 1932 for acting unconstitutionally

Lang

(læŋ)

n.
Fritz, 1890–1976, U.S. film director, born in Austria.

lang.

language.
References in classic literature ?
For being an idle boy lang syne; Who read Anacreon and drank wine, I early found Anacreon rhymes Were almost passionate sometimes-- And by strange alchemy of brain His pleasures always turned to pain-- His naiveté to wild desire-- His wit to love-his wine to fire-- And so, being young and dipt in folly, I fell in love with melancholy,
Then we joined hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne." Sara Ray cried bitterly in lieu of singing.
She wore her hair now in an enormous pompador and had discarded the blue ribbon bows of auld lang syne, but her face was as freckled, her nose as snubbed, and her mouth and smiles as wide as ever.
We'll `tak a cup o' kindness yet for auld lang syne.'"
Butcher & Lang. But lines enclosed in brackets are almost always genuine; all that brackets mean is that the bracketed passage puzzled some early editor, who nevertheless found it too well established in the text to venture on omitting it.
There's a chiel wi' a lang head on his shouthers, if ever there was ane yet!
Edgar (Edinburgh), 1891) and of Andrew Lang (London, 1899) may be mentioned.
Didn't Lang include your 'Kiss Endured' among the four supreme sonnets by women in the English language?"
"Ay" said he, "if they got hands on me, it would be a short shrift and a lang tow for Alan!
But I'm mista'en if ye shew yer sperrit lang. Will Hathecliff bide sich bonny ways, think ye?
Micawber's spirits becoming elevated, too, we sang 'Auld Lang Syne'.
I fear you are out at elbows; but we must see to that for auld lang syne, as once we sang at suppers.'