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"Can Meaning"

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Word Origin & History of - Can

    Word Origin & History

    can O.E. 1st & 3rd pers. sing. pres. indic. of cunnan "know, have power to, be able," (also "to have carnal knowledge"), from P.Gmc. *kunnan "to be mentally able, to have learned" (cf. O.N. kenna "to know, make known," O.Fris. kanna "to recognize, admit," Ger. kennen "to know," Goth. kannjan "to make known"), from PIE base *gno- (see know). Absorbing the third sense of "to know," that of "to know how to do something" (in addition to "to know as a fact" and "to be acquainted with" something or someone). An O.E. preterite-present verb, its original p.p., couth, survives only in its negation (see ...uncouth), but cf. could. The prp. has spun off as cunning.

The Definition of - Can (noun)

    auxiliary verb, present singular 1st person can, 2nd can or (Archaic) canst, 3rd can, present plural can; past singular 1st person could, 2nd could or (Archaic) couldst, 3rd could, past plural could.
    1.
    to be able to; have the ability, power, or skill to:
    She can solve the problem easily, I'm sure.
    2.
    to know how to:
    He can play chess, although he's not particularly good at it.
    3.
    to have the power or means to:
    A dictator can impose his will on the people.
    4.
    to have the right or qualifications to:
    He can change whatever he wishes in the script.
    5.
    may; have permission to:
    Can I speak to you for a moment?
    6.
    to have the possibility:
    A coin can land on either side.
    verb (used with or without object), present singular 1st person can, 2nd can or (Archaic) canst, 3rd can, present plural can; past singular 1st person could, 2nd could or (Archaic) couldst, 3rd could, past plural could; imperative can; infinitive can; past participle could; present participle cunning.
    7.
    Obsolete. to know.