Cane ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Cane ( noun )

  1. A stick or rod used for support in walking.
  2. A tall perennial grass with a jointed stem that is used to make furniture, baskets, and sugar.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english cnæs, from latin canna; akin to old english cinn cane, greek kanna reed.

Examples:

  1. She leaned on her cane as she walked.
  2. The canes were harvested for their sugar.
  3. The chair was made from rattan cane.
  4. He used a cane to help him walk after his injury.
  5. The canes had grown tall in the field.

(As a verb)

Cane ( verb )

  1. A stick or rod used for support in walking.
  2. A tall perennial grass with a jointed stem that is used to make furniture, baskets, and sugar.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english cnæs, from latin canna; akin to old english cinn cane, greek kanna reed.

Examples:

  1. She leaned on her cane as she walked.
  2. The canes were harvested for their sugar.
  3. The chair was made from rattan cane.
  4. He used a cane to help him walk after his injury.
  5. The canes had grown tall in the field.
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