Meaning of -ED in English

-ED

1.

suffix forming adjectives:

1. from nouns, meaning 'having, wearing, affected by, etc.' (talented; trousered; diseased).

2 from phrases of adjective and noun (good-humoured; three-cornered).

Etymology: OE - ede 2.

suffix forming:

1. the past tense and past participle of weak verbs (needed; risked).

2 participial adjectives (escaped prisoner; a pained look).

Etymology: OE -ed, -ad, -od

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