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Spell Check of banana

Correct spelling: banana

Definition of banana:

  1. The edible fruit of Musa sapientum, a tropical plant; it contains a large quantity of starch and about 3 per cent of albuminoids.
  2. A tropical herbaceous plant, closely allied to the plantain, with a clustering fruit that is very nutritious, and in some parts forms a most important article of food.

Common misspellings for banana:

banbana, bannanna.


Google Ngram Viewer results for banana:

This graph shows how "banana" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for banana:

  1. His venture sounds like a banana peel awaiting its victim.
  2. I liked the banana -seat bikes with the high handlebars- maybe a card in the wheel could have been part of it.
  3. You have to have a certain persona to be a star, you know, and I don't have that. I'm a banana.
  4. I want to sit down, and I want to laugh. Nothing works better for me than watching somebody slip on a banana peel.
  5. I feel pretty good. My body actually looks like an old banana, but it's fine.

Rhymes for banana:

  1. ana, anna, ghana, manna, nanna, rana, janna, kana, chana, danna, hana, hannah, jana, lana, nana, sanna, shana, vanna, branna, lanna, flanna, hanna, santa, vana, grana, cana;
  2. atlanta, bandana, cabana, campana, diana, dulciana, gitana, havana, lantana, montana, piano, savanna, savannah, urbana, arcana, levana, susanna, santana, alana, amana, brianna, deanna, duana, edana, haldana, joanna, johanna, luana, oksana, philana, quintana, rohana, solana, susannah, fontana, aldana, avana, arlana, briana, dyana, deana, dianna, viana, jordana, luwana, louanna, morgana, nolana, rosanna, roxanna, rexana, roxana, sylvana, stevana, suzanna, zorana, triana;
  3. indiana, susquehanna, texarkana, tramontana, ariana, christiana, juliana, oriana, pollyanna, tatiana, adriana, ileana, andriana, arianna, liliana, christianna, georgiana, gloriana, nelliana, lilliana, mariana, viviana, mexicana, tropicana;
  4. americana, louisiana, dominicana;