Meaning of throughgang in English:

throughgang

Pronunciation /ˈθruːˌɡaŋ/

noun

(also troughgeng)
Scottish
  • A way or route through; an entrance; a thoroughfare; especially a narrow passageway forming a route between two other roads or streets, or between two places.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Burgh Laws. From through- + gang.