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How to Pronounce quane?

Correct pronunciation for the word "quane" is [kwˈɒn], [kwˈɒn], [k_w_ˈɒ_n].

What are the misspellings for quane?

  • quan,
  • quain,
  • qwane,
  • quaney,
  • cuane,
  • kwane,
  • Kuane,
  • quine,
  • 1uane,
  • 2uane,
  • qyane,
  • qhane,
  • qjane,
  • q8ane,
  • q7ane,
  • quzne,
  • qusne,
  • quaine,
  • quayne,
  • quainne

"Quane" in context

Quane is a rare and mysterious creature found in various folklore tales around the world. It is often described as a large bird-like creature with an incredibly long neck and tail, and is said to have the power to bring good luck to those who encounter it. Its mysterious origin and mythical powers make it one of the most sought-after cryptids in the world. Quane is often said to bear a resemblance to a heron, with its long neck and long tail. It has been reported as being covered in feathers or scales, often in shades of white or grey.

Usage over time for quane:

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

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