To annoy or nag about something.
"Don't harang me about these things."
"Well they are haranging ME."
A foul ball in baseball
that has homerun
distance. Named after Aaron Harang.
Announcer: And the 2-0 pitch to Howard...hit deep down the line!...Harang. 2-1's now the count.
Misspelling (sometimes intentional out of ease) of harangue
, which is a tirade or rant, whether spoken or written.
In this usage it is usually playful and friendly banter suggesting the other person forcefully remind them later of their failings.
If used in reference to other people (particularly a work superior) it usually delicately and formally suggests the other person was being irritable/annoying in a way that is not career limiting
"I have a meeting to go to, harang me about that letter later."
"Colleague1: Simon was haranging me over that corporate newsletter.
Colleague2: Ignore it, he was just mad it didn't have his name in it."