Etymology
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silvern (adj.)

Middle English silveren, from Old English seolfren "made of silver;" see silver (n.) + -en (2). Similar formation in German silbern, Dutch zilveren. Fallen from use in English except in poetry.

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Definitions of silvern

silvern (adj.)
resembling or reminiscent of silver;
a soft silvern voice
Synonyms: silvery
silvern (adj.)
having the white lustrous sheen of silver;
a land of silver (or silvern) rivers where the salmon leap
Synonyms: silver / silvery
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