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[key-nuh] /ˈkeɪ nə/
an ancient town in N Israel, in Galilee: scene of Jesus' first miracle. John 2:1, 11. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • There is no divine wanderer on earth to reverse the miracle of Cana.

    Ernest Linwood Caroline Lee Hentz
  • I was glad to see here one of the jars from the marriage-supper in Cana.

    Saunterings Charles Dudley Warner
  • Is not the water of Cana that was made wine a witness to His glory?

  • It is thus used in the Marriage in Cana to symbolize gluttony.

  • Let not the liberal supply of wine at the wedding at Cana be urged.

    The Essence of Christianity Ludwig Feuerbach
  • On the plain, a ruined Cana, perhaps only dating from Crusading times.

    Tent Work in Palestine Claude Reignier Conder
  • And of this the Wedding at Cana furnishes a most eloquent proof.


    Fr. (Franois) Crastre
  • This painting now hangs in the Louvre, opposite the Wedding at Cana.


    Fr. (Franois) Crastre
  • The first proof he gave of the power of a god, while here, was at Cana.

    The Christ Of Paul George Reber
  • And there, in the village of Cana, he wrought the first of his miracles.

    A Brief Bible History James Oscar Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for Cana


(New Testament) the town in Galilee, north of Nazareth, where Jesus performed his first miracle by changing water into wine (John 2:1, 11)
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