Etymology
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oaken (adj.)

"made of, or consisting of, the wood of the oak," late 14c. (12c. in surnames and place-names), oken, from oak + -en (2). Similar formation in Old Frisian eken, Dutch eiken, Old High German eichen, German eichen, Old Norse eikinn.

updated on July 23, 2019

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Definitions of oaken from WordNet

oaken (adj.)
consisting of or made of wood of the oak tree;
the old oaken bucket
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