Definitions for "Kan"
is a Japanese unit of weight equalling one thousand momme, or 3.75 kilograms.
The verb "to look". "Kan kan" is the Chinese equivalent of the Chinglish "Lookie Lookie!" which is what all the street vendors yell whenever a foreigner walks by their stall.
Unit of weight equivalent to 3.759 kilograms. Because the modal weight of one Chinese or illegally minted domestic copper coin (mon) was 3.75 grams, one kan of coins was roughly equivalent to one thousand coins.
Keywords:  trigram, career, btb, bagua, shui
Career Trigram with Water element, direction north and number 1. A book of Divination.
One of the eight trigrams. Symbolizes water, North, the tortoise, middle son, ears, blood (and other influences), winter, new moon, night, and asymmetrical shapes or waves on the flying-star bagua. In BTB, this section of the bagua symbolizes career (see mouth of chi feng shui).
Kan (Hebrew script: כאן, English translation: "Here"), was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Hebrew by Duo Datz. Its lyrics and melody were written by Israeli songwriter Uzi Hitman.
Keywords:  rikishi, sumo, sat, sixth, tournament
Sixth sense. Frequently used in the expression "sumo-no-kan," or sixth sense in the ring, to describe a rikishi who has sat out for some time and is trying to get his feel for actual tournament competition again.
Keywords:  khan, see
See Khan.
Keywords:  ken, know
To know; to ken.
Keywords:  sak, warmed, sake, general, term
A general term for warmed sake.
warmed sak
Keywords:  maize, con, precious, yellow, sign
CON several meanings - a day sign, maize, yellow and precious
Keywords:  grace, note
Grace, as in grace note
Keywords:  upper, register
Upper register