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Cane are very tall perennial grasses, with flexible stalks, that grow in damp soils.
Taxa of cane are:
- Arundo, Old World canes
- Arundinaria, New World canes
- Arundo donax, Giant cane
- Arundinaria appalachiana, Hill cane
Cane may also refer to:
- Cane (walking stick), a walking stick (sometimes made of cane)
- Assistive cane, a walking stick used as a mobility aid for better balance
- White cane, a walking stick for mobility or safety of the blind and visually impaired
- Canebrake (disambiguation)
- Caning, corporal punishment with cane (or flexible rattan)
- Caning (furniture), making household furniture out of cane (or wicker or rattan)
- Cane, a weapon used in stick-fighting
- Cane (grass), a term for grasses with woody stalks
- Sugarcane, Sacchrum
- Cane ash, the white ash tree, Fraxinus americana
- Cane cholla, Cylindropuntia imbricata, a cactus
- Cane (vine), the part of a grapevine in commercial viticulture that supports the new growth of shoots, leaves and grape clusters
- Cane beetle, Dermolepida albohirtum, a pest of sugarcane, native to Australia
- Cane Corso, an Italian Mastiff
- Cane mouse, Zygodontomys, a rodent from Central and South America
- Cane rat, Thryonomys, a large rodent native to Africa
- Cane spider, the Brown Huntsman Spider, Heteropoda venatoria, native to the Caribbean
- Cane toad, Bufo marinus, native to Latin America
- Cane turtle, Vijayachelys silvatica, native to the Cochin Forest, India
- Canë or Qana', an old name for the Yemeni port of Mukalla
- Cane Island in Katy, Texas, U.S.A.
- Canë, La Paz, Honduras
- Cane Grove, Guyana
- Cane Hill, a former psychiatric hospital in Coulsdon, London
- Cane Patch, a historic site in Florida, U.S.A.
- Cane Ridge, Kentucky, U.S.A.
- Cane River, a river in Louisiana, U.S.A.
- Cane River Lake, an oxbow lake formed from a portion of the Red River in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States
- Cane Valley, Kentucky, U.S.A.
- Cane, United States Virgin Islands
Entertainment and the arts
- Cane (musician)
- Cane (novel), African-American novel by Jean Toomer
- Cane (TV series), a U.S. television show on CBS
- Cane Ashby, a character on "The Young and the Restless"
- Facino Cane (1360–1412), Italian condottiero
- Citizen Caned (b. 1972), Darren Tate, an English record producer and club disk jockey
- Cane hockey, colloquial for "roller hockey"
- Cane Pace, a horse racing competition
- Carolina Hurricanes, a National Hockey League team based in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A., nicknamed the 'Canes
- Miami Hurricanes, the athletic teams of the University of Miami, nicknamed the 'Canes
- Cane gun, a gun disguised as a walking cane
- Cane sword, a cane with a blade inside
- Caneworking, a style of glassblowing
- CANE, the Classical Association of New England
- Candy cane, a confection
- Sam Cane (b. 1992), New Zealand rugby player
- Caen, a commune in northwestern France
- Cain (disambiguation)
- Cain, Adam's eldest son, who killed his brother Abel
- Caine (disambiguation)
- Cains (disambiguation)
- Canebrake (disambiguation), various places in the American South and Far West
- Kain (disambiguation)
- Kane (disambiguation)
- O'Cahan, an Irish surname (the anglicized form is Kane)
- Canes Venatici, a constellation sometimes shortened to just "Canes"
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