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How Do You Spell KATANA?

Correct spelling for the English word "Katana" is [katˈɑːnə], [katˈɑːnə], [k_a_t_ˈɑː_n_ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for KATANA

Below is the list of 98 misspellings for the word "katana".

  • kataja
  • katqna
  • katanja
  • lkatana
  • katans
  • koatana
  • kztana
  • kafana
  • Katane
  • katabna
  • katama
  • katawna
  • kartana
  • katazna
  • kaftana
  • kagana
  • ktana
  • kaatana
  • katanwa
  • katanna
  • kastana
  • katwna
  • kqtana
  • katansa
  • ka6tana
  • kataba
  • kkatana
  • katanba
  • ka5tana
  • Katala
  • kaqtana
  • katzna
  • kataan
  • kqatana
  • katgana
  • aktana
  • ka tana
  • kstana
  • kiatana
  • ka6ana
  • katanaq
  • kjatana
  • kat5ana
  • Kapana
  • kattana
  • katnaa
  • katanaz
  • katasna
  • Katafa
  • kat6ana
  • kataqna
  • Katcna
  • kwatana
  • katanz
  • katanw
  • katamna
  • Kauana
  • kaytana
  • kwtana
  • katanaw
  • ksatana
  • katfana
  • k atana
  • katajna
  • katanq
  • kzatana
  • katyana
  • kaatna
  • jkatana
  • kat ana
  • Katani
  • Ka4ana
  • kataana
  • katanha
  • katanqa
  • Katanc
  • Kata.a
  • katanma
  • ka5ana
  • Kctana
  • kayana
  • klatana
  • katanaa
  • kawtana
  • kaztana
  • kataha
  • katan a
  • ktaana
  • okatana
  • katzana
  • katqana
  • katahna
  • katwana
  • ikatana
  • kata na
  • Kataoa
  • Kavana
  • kagtana

Usage Examples for KATANA

  1. Besides the katana the samurai carried also a short sword about nine and a half inches long, called wakizashi. - "Japan" by David Murray
  2. She suspected he had something to do with Bartlett's incredible collection of Japanese katana. - "Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover
  3. He despatched to Syracuse a citizen of Katana, who informed the Syracusans that if they desired to seize the camp and arms of the Athenians, they would only have to appoint a day and to march in force to Katana. - "Plutarch's Lives Volume III." by Plutarch
  4. Mago and Hiketes, perceiving this, determined to take Katana, from which place the besieged drew their supplies, and they sailed from Syracuse with the best of their troops. - "Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4)" by Plutarch
  5. Immediately several cities sent ambassadors and joined Timoleon, as did also Mamercus the despot of Katana, a man of warlike tastes and great wealth, who made an alliance with him. - "Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4)" by Plutarch
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