Definition of pang-full in US English:

pang-full

adjective

Irish English, Scottish, Northern
  • Full to overflowing; crammed full.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Jamieson (1759–1838), antiquary and philologist. From either pang or pang + full.

Pronunciation

pang-full

/paŋˈfʊl/