Common misspellings for cane:
canue, kayne, ragne, cango, nknew, ruacana, canne, cafee, cafene, calue, candi, bocany, canoer, candey, cae, cahce, kane, knnew, jaonne, caoe, cnet, scaner, cace, june2010, claen, dane, cade, arkane, scane, canle, cang, sscan, tane, caino, canope, cafine, chna, canb, canoo, jane, cuaing, hwne, cabine, cuzen, hygne, fagen, sceane, canr, cahnce, goany, ocane, kacie, cabe, copanie, june2, junhe, gane, canari, comne, claner, grane, janae, chagne, mcone, ginue, sciane, tocan, canay, cannoy, cano, quene, camono, caden, cajan, cocanie, chane, cauing, cohne, cayene, canid, caren, arcaine, cahnge, gaine, conney, cain't, cuzine, june22, cante, cacner, cafeine, cand, vocano, cnnie, coany, ane, caint, canuse, zane, canoli, cana, mccune, cycone, iane, wjune, coyne, ocone, caine, gamne, case, kagen, june3, cance, vacan, cannoe, canera, cany, crner, ghone, june4, car5e, conel, gahna, caing, cociane, caqn, tkane, ckae, cacke, candie, ginie, csae, cumann, conern, cnahce, canva, kanai, cale, cange, carnt, janerio, conure, cainet, canel, clane, qwner, jeane, canw, cate, cayane, jance, hane, quanah, cayanne, canx, ganme, cahneg, can'e, canael, kanye, cafiene, canery, cansio, kannur, canwe, juane, june6, scanne, june30, canser, chaine, baqune, curney, canell, codene, cauae, canuoe, ganera, tkaen, conve, cahnnel, cene, cnage, janey, cleane, care, nane, canse, caffene, cant, case4, coaine, cuisane, can12, cank, carnel, canby, gange, ccant, caant, conme, jaenae, caney, calone, coner, canyou, june12, conoe, came, cann, cncer, june11, caorn, cmae, canwt, june2007, cansee, cafeen, janne, caeer, janeth, uknew, cakey, joane, cafeene, agane, ctner, acnee, chcne, june10, phane, cauz, acnea, canale, ohne, janero, june16, carnige, canu, cocane, ceaner, zaney, caneda, chacne, caue, lane, caza, cinge, corne, cahe, kaname, ckean, becane, kanwha, 1can, wjine, canm, cahcne, june06, canyn, vaney, canie, camen, coine, canme, karne, canc, june1, carnk, kknew, scann, canone, conque, takne, caven, cnahge, cabni, khaen, coean, cagney, canow, wyane, acane, cokaine, cannor, icone, cahgned, caaned, caind, canl, conse, conne, cayeene, conie, canver, canna, cannow, rane, cne, channe, cahgne, canyt, cnacer, june2008, canpoy, canp, geanie, cateh, carni, ginei, carneg, jaine, ganre, coniue, janel, cani, cameno, cmoe, caben, kjnew, canoue, jknew, seacne, nacny, acnie, lagone, dacne, cubone, facny, canbe, canun, cafe, ocaen, caond, canno, casen, 22cnd, ackne, janome, caf'e, cfae, caffne, cacn, canh, ucan, can''t, can'd, can'f, can'r, can'y, carn't, cna't, cacer, ca'nt, canuck, carene, casern, ciney, clany, coney, craine, ragone, kunne, ganne, keane, jaane, jayne, june17, keychane, ojne, ph0ne, picone, rican, cthe, tucany, xane, czne, csne, cwne, cqne, cans, can4, can3, xcane, cxane, vcane, cvane, fcane, cfane, dcane, cdane, czane, cazne, csane, casne, cwane, cawne, cqane, caqne, camne, cajne, canje, cahne, canhe, canew, canes, canre, can4e, cane4, can3e, cane3, cnae, caen, ccane, caane, canee, ca.e, c ane, ca ne, can e.
Definition of cane:
- a tall sedgy plant with a hollow stem, growing in moist places. In Isaiah 43:24 ; Jeremiah 6:20 , the Hebrew word kaneh is thus rendered, giving its name to the plant. It is rendered " reed" in 1 Kings 14:15 ; Job 40:21 ; Isaiah 19:6 ; 35:7 . In Psalms 68:30 the expression " company of spearmen" is in the margin and the Revised Version " beasts of the reeds," referring probably to the crocodile or the hippopotamus as a symbol of Egypt. In 2 Kings 18:21 ; Isaiah 36:6 ; Ezekiel 29:6 Ezekiel 29:7 , the reference is to the weak, fragile nature of the reed. ( See CALAMUS .)
- A walking stick; a staff; -- so called because originally made of one the species of cane.
- To beat with a cane.
- To beat with a walking stick; furnish with parts made of grasses, rattan, bamboo, etc.; as, to cane chairs.
- To bottom or back with cane, as a chair.
- To beat with a cane; to bottom with cane.
- To beat or flog with a cane.
- a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
- a stick that people can lean on to help them walk
- a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
- A name given to several peculiar palms, species of Calamus and Daemanorops, having very long, smooth flexible stems, commonly called rattans.
- Any plant with long, hard, elastic stems, as reeds and bamboos of many kinds; also, the sugar cane.
- Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry.
- A lance or dart made of cane.
- A local European measure of length. See Canna.
- A walking stick; a staff; - so called because originally made of one the species of cane.
- The stem of certain palms, grasses, and other plants, as the bamboo, sugar cane, rattan, etc.; a walking stick.
- A reed, as the bamboo, etc.; a walking- stick.
- A slender flexible woody stem or plant, as a rattan or the sugar - cane.
- A reed- stem; sugar- cane, the bamboo and the ratan; a walking- stick; a lance or dart made of cane; a foreign measure of length.
- A long, strong reed; a walking- stick.