Note: See Gan
What does the name Can mean? Find out below.
Note: See Gan
Note: ☞ A can may be a cylinder open at the top, as for receiving the sliver from a carding machine, or with a removable cover or stopper, as for holding tea, spices, milk, oysters, etc., or with handle and spout, as for holding oil, or hermetically sealed, in canning meats, fruits, etc. The name is also sometimes given to the small glass or earthenware jar used in canning.
Etymology: OE. & AS. canne; akin to D. Kan, G. Kanne, OHG. channa, Sw. Kanna, Dan. kande
Note: The transitive use is obsolete
Etymology: OE. cunnen cannen1st sing. pres. I can), to know, know how, be able, AS. cunnan, 1st sing. pres. ic cann or can, pl. cunnon, 1st sing. imp. cūðefor cunðe); p. p. cūðfor cunð); akin to OS. Kunnan, D. Kunnen, OHG. chunnan, G. können, Icel. kunna, Goth. Kunnan, and E. ken to know. The present tense I canAS. ic cann) was originally a preterit, meaning I have known or Learned, and hence I know know how. √45. See Ken Know; cf. Con Cunning Uncouth
From Middle English can, first and third person singular of connen, cunnen (“to be able, know how”), from Old English can(n), first and third person singular of cunnan (“to know how”), from Proto-Germanic *kunnaną, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵneh₃- (whence know). Compare Dutch kunnen, Low German könen, German können, Danish and Norwegian Bokmål kunne, Swedish and Norwegian Nynorsk kunna. More at canny, cunning.
From Middle English canne, from Old English canne (“glass, container, cup, can”), from Proto-Germanic *kannǭ (“can, tankard, mug, cup”), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *gan-, *gandʰ- (“a vessel”). Cognate with Scots can (“can”), West Frisian kanne (“a jug, pitcher”), Dutch kan (“pot, mug”), German Kanne (“can, tankard, mug”), Danish kande (“can, mug, a measure”), Swedish kanna (“can, tankard, mug”), Icelandic kanna (“a can”).
can was also found in the following language(s): Afar, Asturian, Azeri, Catalan, Classical Nahuatl, Galician, Interlingua, Irish, Istriot, Italian, Ligurian, Lojban, Mandarin, Occitan, Old Portuguese, Old ProvenÃ§al, Scots, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Turkish, Venetian, Vietnamese, VolapÃ¼k, and Welsh
Can Dündar is a columnist, television presenter, documentary film, tv host, and documentarian. He holds the title Ph.D. and Doctor of Philosophy. Can was born on June 16th, 1961 in Ankara, Turkey.
Can Bonomo is a musician. He has had major accomplishments since 2005. Can was born on May 16th, 1987 in İzmir.
Can was born on June 21st, 1924. He died in 1968.
Can Atilla is a new-age music musician. Can was born in 1969 in Ankara, Turkey.
Can Arat is a soccer player for the Antalyaspor, Fenerbahçe S.K., Karşıyaka S.K., Sivasspor, İstanbul Başakşehir F.K., Turkey national under-17 football team, Turkey national under-19 football team, and Turkey national under-21 football team. Can was born on January 21st, 1984 in Istanbul.
He was most prominent from 1973 to 2007. Can was born on August 27th, 1955 in Budapest, Hungary.
Emre Can is a soccer player for the Liverpool F.C., Eintracht Frankfurt, FC Bayern Munich, FC Bayern Munich II, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, and Germany national youth football team. Emre was born on January 12th, 1994 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Sibel Can is an ottoman classical music and folk rock singing, actor, and dance. Sibel was given the name Sibel Cangure on August 1st, 1970.
Erkan Can is an actor. He was most active from 1974 to present. Erkan was born on November 1st, 1958 in Bursa.
Tang Can is a folk music and war song singing. She was most prominent from 1995 to present. Tang was born on June 12th, 1975 in Lichuan, Hubei.
Xue was born in 1953 in Changsha. Xue is also known as Deng and Xiaohua.
Eyup was born in 1973 in Adana.
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People with the last name Can are most frequently White, Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander, or Hispanic or Latino