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earthen (adj.)

early 13c., "made of earth;" see earth (n.) + -en (2). Not attested in Old English (where eorðen meant "of or in the earth"). Cognate of Old High German irdin, Dutch aarden, Gothic airþeins. Meaning "made of clay" is attested from late 14c.

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Definitions of earthen

earthen (adj.)
made of earth (or baked clay);
an earthen pot
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