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cannon bone a supporting bone between the knee or hock and the fetlock of a hoofed animal.
cannoneer a person who operates and fires guns; gunner; artilleryman.
cannon fodder soldiers that are considered expendable, replaceable material in war.
cannonry mounted guns such as cannons; artillery; cannons collectively. [2 definitions]
cannot a form of can not.
cannot but cannot do otherwise than; must.
cannot choose but can do nothing other than.
canny difficult to fool or take advantage of; shrewd; wary; clever.
canoe a narrow, open boat with curved sides and pointed ends, usu. propelled by paddle. [3 definitions]
canoeable combined form of canoe.
caņon variant of canyon.
canon1 a religious law, code, or body of laws. [5 definitions]
canon2 a member of the chapter of priests serving in a cathedral or a collegiate church. [2 definitions]
canoness a Christian woman who is a member of a community living by a rule, but who has not taken vows.
canonic of, relating to, or resembling a musical canon.
canonical pertaining to or conforming to religious law. [3 definitions]
canonical hour any of seven periods of the day, such as vespers, set apart for the recitation of certain prayers, psalms, or the like in many Christian churches; divine office. [2 definitions]
canonicals clothes prescribed by church law for clergy who are conducting services.
canonist a person with a high degree of knowledge in church law.
canonize in the Roman Catholic Church, to declare (someone) a saint. [3 definitions]
canon law the body of rules governing the faith and practice of certain Christian churches.