A highly popular character in James Patterson's Maximum Ride. Fang has black wings and is extremely quiet. He has the power to blend in with his surroundings.
"Fang swerved closer to me, big and supremely graceful, like a black panther with wings." -Book 5 of the Maximum Ride series.
by St. Fang of Boredom (Saint) July 17, 2009
To drive a car really fast.
"I was 'fanging it' down the freeway, when the cops pulled me over doing 150."
"You should 'fang' off this set of lights."
by Diego August 14, 2003
To give, pass, or throw.
Fang us a piece of that cake.
by Luf October 06, 2007
sharp, sickle-shaped teeth, perpendicular to each other in the mouth.
me. I have fangs.
by The Girl With the Most Cake August 11, 2009
To move quickly (esp. within a vehicle)
"Drunk on beer we all went fangin' off 'round the corner".
by Dansemacbre February 16, 2005
Fuck A Name Gang

FANG (title of a non-named rapping group)
ex.

Tom - Taylor Gang or Die TGOD

Timmy - Odd Future Wolf Gang OFWG

Me - Everyone thinks if you add a couple of words in front of the word "gang" then you have yourself a crew, Fuck A Name Gang FANG
by NNGIVEN March 29, 2011
A fang is a long, pointed tooth. In mammals, a fang is a canine tooth, used for biting and tearing flesh. In snakes, it is a venom-injecting tooth (see snake venom). Spiders also have fangs, which are part of the chelicerae. Some fantasy creatures such as dragons have fangs.
Fangs are most common in carnivores or omnivores, but some herbivores, such as fruit bats, carry 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. Apes also have fangs, which they use for threats and fighting. However, the relatively short canines on humans are not considered to be fangs.
by MissBlizzard23 January 15, 2011

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