Synsets for "whang"

Synset: knock.n.05

Synonyms: knock

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the act of hitting vigorously

Examples: he gave the table a whack

Lemmas: knock belt rap whack whang

Hypernym: blow

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Synset: whang.v.01

Synonyms: whang

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: beat with force

Examples:

Lemmas: whang

Hypernym: beat

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Synset: whang.v.02

Synonyms: whang

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: propel or hit with force

Examples: whang the ball

Lemmas: whang

Hypernym: hit

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Synset: whang.v.03

Synonyms: whang

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: attack forcefully

Examples: whang away at the school reform plan

Lemmas: whang

Hypernym: attack

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Suzanne Whang Whang won the first annual Andy Kaufman Award at the 2004 New York Comedy Festival.
Rainer Schmidt Schmidt won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2004.
Martina Willing Willing won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2000.
Lauren Woolstencroft Woolstencroft won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2002.
Ellen Serwa Nee-Whang Ellen Serwa Nee-Whang (* 2. November 1952) is a retired Ghanaian diplomat.
E Clampus Vitus There are currently 43 ECV chapters in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona/New Mexico and Colorado, as well as an offshore chapter (the Floating Whang chapter), an online chapter (the Cyber Whang chapter), and two more proposed chapters.
Smacksoft Whang Bo-ryung = Smacksoft ( = Smacksoft), commonly known as Smacksoft, is a South Korean post-punk and experimental rock band formed in 2000 by the lead singer-songwriter Whang Bo-ryung.
Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award The Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award is named after South Korean Dr. Whang Youn Dai, who contracted polio at the age of three. She contributed her life for the development of Paralympic Sport in Korea and around the world. At the 1988 Paralympic Summer Games in Seoul, Korea, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) recognized her lifelong contributions to the Paralympic Movement and established the ‘Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award’ (formerly the ‘Whang Youn Dai Overcome Prize’). Since then, this award has been presented at every Paralympic Games to one male and one female athlete who each "best exemplify the spirit of the Games and inspire and excite the world".
Sang Whang Sang Whang (October 16, 1931 – January 24, 2011) was a Korean American church leader and community advocate in Florida.
Suzanne Whang Whang is recovering from stage 4 breast cancer, and has written and performed a solo show about her journey.
Huangpu Huangpu, also formerly romanized Whangpoo or Whang-Po, may refer to:
Whang-od Whang-od has been tattooing headhunters and women of the indigenous people of Butbut in Buscalan Kalinga for more than 80 years but the Butbut warriors who used to earn tattoos through protecting villages or killing enemies no longer exist. Instead, Whang-od now applies the traditional art form to
Michael McKillop In 2012, McKillop was awarded the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award.
Kim Ki Whang Kim Ki Whang (1920 – September 16, 1993), also known in the United States as Ki Whang Kim, was a Korean martial arts grandmaster. He was Chairman in the US of the Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Association, Chairman of the US Olympic Taekwondo team 1988 and helped unify several Korean martial arts into the overall style of taekwondo.
Suzanne Whang In 2002, Whang won the Best Up & Coming Comedian Award at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, for her controversial alter ego character, Sung Hee Park.
Suzanne Whang Since January 2011, Whang has portrayed Carol Cheng, Brenda Barrett's wedding planner and rumored to have been involved with Franco, on the TV series "General Hospital".
Manhattan Fencing Center Rebecca Whang- multiple top and win finishes at international and national tournaments. top rated in age category
Mexico at the 2006 Winter Paralympics Ruiz was one of the 3 men finalists for the Whang Youn Dai Overcome Prize of the Paralympic Games.
2010 Winter Paralympics closing ceremony President of International Paralympic Committee Sir Philip Craven awards the 2010 Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award to two Paralympic Athletes:
Maria Whang Maria Whang (1865-1937) was a Korean-American educator and community organizer. In 1913, she became the first leader of the Korean Women's Association in the Territory of Hawaii. Whang was born in Pyongan Province, Korea. In 1905, she emigrated to Hawaii with her daughter and two sons. She was an early educator of plantation children, and she established the Korean Women's Association ("Taehan Puinhoe") which merged in 1919 with the Korean Ladies Relief Society.