How Do You Spell CANA?

Correct spelling for the English word "CANA" is [k_ˈɑː_n_ə], [kˈɑːnə], [kˈɑːnə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of CANA

  1. (place of reeds ) of Galilee, once Cana in Galilee, a village or town not far from Capernaum, memorable as the scene of Christs first miracle, ( John 2:1 John 2:11 ; 4:46 ) as well as of a subsequent one, ( John 4:46 John 4:54 ) and also as the native place of the apostle Nathanael. ( John 21:2 ) The traditional site is at Kefr-Kenna , a small village about 4 1/2 miles northwest of Nazareth. The rival site is a village situated farther north, about five miles north of Seffurieh (Sepphoris) and nine north of Nazareth.

Common Misspellings for CANA

Below is the list of 12 misspellings for the word "cana".

  • cwna
  • xcana
  • fcana
  • cfana
  • cqana
  • caqna
  • canwa
  • canaw
  • canqa
  • canaq
  • ccana
  • c ana

Usage Examples for CANA

  1. He has a dying son at Capernaum, and in his extremity leaves his home, and walks some six or seven hours away to Cana of Galilee. - "The Master's Indwelling" by Andrew Murray
  2. As was later shown us in regard to the story of the cursing of the fig- tree, that of the marriage in Cana was a parable having a spiritual import; and the character of Jesus was cleared from the reproaches based on the literal sense. - "The Story of Anna Kingsford and Edward Maitland and of the new Gospel of Interpretation" by Edward Maitland
  3. We might drink of the wine of Cana, but will we wear the thorns? - "Heart Talks" by Charles Wesley Naylor
  4. Le Nozze di Cana. - "Legends of the Madonna" by Mrs. Jameson
  5. I was glad to see here one of the jars from the marriage- supper in Cana. - "Saunterings" by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009