-en etymology

Dutch word -en comes from Middle Dutch -ijn

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Detailed word origin of -en

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ijn Middle Dutch (dum)
-en Dutch (nld) The ending of the past participle of strong verbs. This can also function as an adjective.

Words with the same origin as -en

Descendants of -ijn
ballen bemanning benen beveiliging boeken bomen genoegen gouden papieren plaatsen sporen starten stemmen veranderen verandering verhuizen verjaardag verklaren verklaring verpesten verplaatsen verstoppen vertrouwen verwijderen wassen