1. [early 18C+] a tooth.
2. a finger.
3. (Aus.) one who seeks out loans [prior version of fang artist n.1 (1)].
4. [1950s–60s] (US black/jazz) in pl., the lips; thus, in fig. use, the equivalent of chops n.1 (3)
5. [1950s+] the penis; thus bury the fang, to have sexual intercourse.
see separate entries.
[1910s+] (Aus.) a dentist.
[mid–late 19C] a dental surgery.
[1970s+] a dental surgery.
[late 19C] a dentist.
[1910s] a dentist.
[1960s] criticism, esp. a critical article.
[1930s] (US Und.) a dentist.
[1900s] (Aus.) in speech, in speaking.
1. to demand a loan or favour.
2. to pressurize, to blackmail.