Thong vs. Tong

Thong vs. Tong — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Thong and Tong

Thongnoun

A narrow strip, as of leather, used for binding or lashing.

Tongverb

To seize, hold, or manipulate with tongs.

Thongnoun

A whip of plaited leather or cord.

Tongnoun

A Chinese association or political party.

Thongnoun

A sandal held on the foot by a strip that fits between the first and second toes and is connected to a strap usually passing over the top or around the sides of the foot.

Tongnoun

An association or a secret society of Chinese in the United States, believed to be involved in organized crime.

Thongnoun

A garment for the lower body that exposes the buttocks, consisting of a narrow strip of fabric that passes between the thighs supported by a waistband.

Tongnoun

An instrument or tool used for manipulating things in a fire without touching them with the hands.

Thongnoun

A strip of leather.

Tongnoun

A Chinese secret society or gang.

Thongnoun

An item of footwear, usually of rubber, secured by two straps which join to pass between the big toe and its neighbour.

Tongverb

(intransitive) To use tongs.

Thongnoun

An undergarment or swimwear consisting of very narrow strips designed to cover just the genitals and nothing more.

No! I won't buy you a thong. You're too young for that.

Tongverb

(transitive) To grab, manipulate or transport something using tongs.

Thongnoun

The largest section of a bullwhip constructed of many straps of braided leather.

Thongnoun

leather strip that forms the flexible part of a whip

Thongnoun

a thin strip of leather; often used to lash things together