The Collaborative International Dictionary
Spane \Spane\, v. t. [Akin to G. sp["a]nen, LG. & D. spennen, AS. spanu a teat.] To wean. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
vb. (context obsolete UK dialect English) To wean; to spean.
Usage examples of "spane".
Zachary Hillander bowed his head before turning away from the window to face Lord Richmont Spane and the nobles of Coutre Province.
I was the last person off, right behind a woman who had stowed her carry-on bags in various overhead compartments spaning the entire length of the 737.