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Definitions of fang in various dictionaries:
noun - a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
noun - an appendage of insects that is capable of injecting venom
noun - canine tooth of a carnivorous animal
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Rubeus Hagrid's dog, in Harry Potter books|
|Phyllis Diller's hubby|
|Part of a vampire|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Name of a sheriff's officer in "Henry IV, Part 2", or Phyllis Diller's husband|
|A venomous tooth|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a large sharp tooth, especially a canine tooth of a dog or wolf.|
|a long, sharp tooth that animals such as snakes and dogs have|
|a long, sharp tooth:|
|a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon|
|canine tooth of a carnivorous animal used to seize and tear its prey|
|hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake used to inject its poison|
|Any of the canine teeth of a carnivorous animal, such as a dog or wolf, with which it seizes and tears its prey.|
|Any of the hollow or grooved teeth of a venomous snake with which it injects its poison.|
|A fanglike structure, especially a chelicera of a venomous spider.|
|The root of a tooth or a pronglike division of such a root.|
|Fang, Chiang Mai, THAILAND|
|Fang, New Ireland, PAPUA NEW GUINEA|
|Fang, Lezhe, ALBANIA|
|Fang, Hubei, CHINA|
|Fang, Kukes, ALBANIA|
|Fang, Centre, CAMEROON|
|Fang, Valais, SWITZERLAND|
|Fang, Nord-Ouest, CAMEROON|
|Fang, Bayern, GERMANY|
A fang is a long, pointed tooth. In mammals, a fang is a modified maxillary tooth, used for biting and tearing flesh. In snakes, it is a venom-injecting tooth (see snake venom). Spiders also have external fangs, which are part of the chelicerae. |
* Fangs are most common in carnivores or omnivores, but some herbivores, such as fruit bats, have them as well. They are generally used to hold or swiftly kill prey, such as in large cats. Omnivorous animals, such as bears, use their fangs when hunting fish or other prey, but they are not needed for consuming fruit. Some apes also have fangs, which they use for threats and fighting. However, the relatively short canines of humans are not considered to be fangs.