fallen etymology

English word fallen comes from English fall, English -en

Detailed word origin of fallen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
fall English (eng) (chiefly, North America, obsolete elsewhere) The time of the year when the leaves typically fall from the trees; autumn; the season of the year between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice. [from 16th c.]. (cricket, of a wicket) The action of a batsman being out.. (curling) A defect in the ice which causes stones thrown into an area to drift in a given direction.. (informal, US) [...]
-en English (eng) Denotes a quasi-past participle or participle-like adjective when attached to a noun or verb.. Denotes the past participle form when attached to a verb.
fallen English (eng) (countable, Christianity) One who has fallen, as from grace.. (pluralonly) Casualties of battle or war.. (pluralonly) The dead (literary) killed in battle. Having collapsed. Having dropped by the force of gravity. Having lost one's chastity.

Words with the same origin as fallen

Descendants of fall
Descendants of -en
been bin broken chosen forgiven forgotten forsaken given gotten heartbroken mistaken rotten seen shaken stolen taken unseen