Definition for canea (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for canea
In six months came news from Canea: Jacopo Foscari was dead.
Canea quickly fell, and the Turks promised themselves an easy occupation.
Where he got them from I cannot tell, for they are not so plentiful at Rettimo as they are at beautiful Canea.
They took him into custody, and put him on board a Greek war-vessel, with a warning against trying to re-enter Canea.
That is the advantage of living in a place like Canea where M. Malatachi, who is a judge, Sig.
British Dictionary definitions for canea (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for canea (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for canea
traditionally said to be from Krus, name of a mythological ancestor; probably an ethnic name of some sort.