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Discussion of "xyngon"
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Comment #1: Etymology
Arnt Richard Johansen (Sun May 4 08:12:20 2003)

Etymology, please? I believe it's cangan in Mandarin, and xonkon in
English and languages who have borrowed the name from English.

Comment #2: Re: Etymology
Pierre Abbat (Sun May 4 11:59:14 2003)

I seem to have misplaced the book I got it from. IIRR it's xiang gang in
Mandarin and heung gong in Cantonese.

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