Common misspellings for can:
canue, oecan, cao, shecan, kichan, kayne, claan, ican, cango, cean, ruacana, chn, canne, ecan, crian, cafene, candi, ccabin, tucan, bocany, canoer, cae, cal, claen, 20car, scane, canle, cran, youcan, socan, cang, sscan, aan, caino, gaang, icaon, lcan, agaun, camon, hgan, caman, chna, canb, canoo, kuban, cuaing, clain, cuzen, cn, fagen, canr, goany, ocane, crean, canari, scna, ktchn, cohan, caug, cajuan, cuing, tocan, canay, cannoy, cano, gaini, camono, ocaean, cayon, caden, crn, cahn, coupan, conna, cajan, cauing, cohne, coffn, cocian, cousan, cayene, canid, cahnge, gaine, quarn, cain't, lan, cacner, cand, acan, eacn, curtan, han, vocano, cnnie, coany, jjean, caint, canoli, ganna, couny, chan, cav, cana, carvan, jan1, coyne, cak, caine, kagen, gicen, cance, ocaion, vacan, cannoe, cany, koean, 25man, agawn, gahna, caf, cin, occaion, caing, caqn, 2car, cay, scean, ckae, kan, csae, cumann, nan, occan, caccon, conwy, canva, kanai, cange, carnt, canel, casn, wockn, jan, kanow, canw, bacan, theycan, cayane, canula, ncaa, quanah, arcan, canx, wecan, san, paijn, gan, ean, cahneg, can'e, caa, cas, 1car, cansio, kannur, canwe, hahn, con, caton, cah, canuoe, cen, yan, conor, gaoin, janey, capin, canse, cahin, cant, coaine, can12, cank, coatin, canby, coran, ccant, caant, cabn, cacoon, caney, recan, ackn, canyou, caln, cann, locan, thqan, kaern, corwn, caorn, cmae, canwt, cag, cafeen, cocan, decan, cusan, cau, gaion, zan, thaqn, gaiin, cna, carn, cauz, 3car, caz, an18, canu, cocane, ncan, lucan, chacne, cai, jaoan, ocan, caza, hecan, an1, peacan, ckean, kanwha, cuman, 1can, kairn, canm, cahcne, mcain, canyn, cac, canie, camen, canme, caryn, karne, canc, carnk, scann, caven, cabni, khaen, coean, oan, wcab, canow, acane, cannor, chagon, cahgned, caind, canl, cairng, capha, ducan, chean, canna, gaain, cannow, cason, cking, cahgne, canyt, canpoy, canp, cadin, carni, cavin, becan, ca't, vocaion, lycan, dan, cani, cameno, cayoun, ian, crawn, caben, cdan, canoue, 08jun09, cutain, coman, nacny, cavn, dacne, couran, facny, canbe, canun, cain, ocoan, ocaen, caond, couin, canno, casen, 22cnd, an, acn, man, cfae, caffne, cajon, ckn, camorn, caan, cacn, camn, canh, ccan, cnn, coan, cqan, csan, csn, cun, cvan, cxan, tcan, ucan, vcan, xan, xcan, can''t, can'd, can'f, can'r, can'y, carn't, cna't, ca'nt, canuck, casern, csah, catin, cauyan, clany, 2clan, c'mon, coney, caoz, crain, cyn, ganne, keane, jayne, keagn, kanya, kearn, rican, tucany, van, wan, c-one, c. E. Housman, cachen, ccession, cacession, cccession, chaean, cahaean, cchaean, chaian, cahaian, cchaian, chene, cahene, cchene, cheson, caheson, ccheson, chomawi, cahomawi, cchomawi, ck-ack gun, cak-ack gun, cck-ack Gun, cane, ccne, cousma, caousma, ccousma, cumen, camwoo d, czn, cqn, fcan, cfan, dcan, czan, cazn, cwan, cawn, canj, ccn, c an, ca n.
Definition of can:
- To be able; -- followed by an infinitive without to; as, I can go, but do not wish to.
- To be able; to have sufficient power. Can but, can merely. Cannot but, cannot help. Cannot away with, cannot brook.
- To know; to understand.
- To be able to do; to have power or influence.
- To be able; - followed by an infinitive without to; as, I can go, but do not wish to.
- To preserve by putting in sealed cans
- To put up in metal vessels for preservation.
- To put up in cans.
- To be able; to possess power physically, morally, or mentally; used as an auxiliary verb.
- To be able: to have sufficient power:- pa. t. COULD.
- To be able.
- get to or be allowed to do something; " May I go to the movies tonight?"; " Can I have some ice cream?"; " We got to play video games all day long"
- be able to, have the ability to
- preserve in a can or tin; " tinned foods are not very tasty"
- To be able ( to do something).
- Can denotes power when joined to another verb, as, I can eat- that is, I have the power to eat.
- an obs. form of began, imp. & amp; p. p. of Begin, sometimes used in old poetry. [ See Gan.]
- A drinking cup; a vessel for holding liquids.
- A vessel or case of tinned iron or of sheet metal, of various forms, but usually cylindrical; as, a can of tomatoes; an oil can; a milk can.
- an obs. form of began, imp. & p. p. of Begin, sometimes used in old poetry. [ See Gan.]
- A metal vessel of small size, for holding liquids or preserving solids.
- A vessel for holding liquor.
- A vessel for holding liquids.
- A vessel for holding or preserving liquids.
- A metal cup or vessel for liquors.
- A cup or other vessel made of metal.