Main definitions of -ed in English

: -ed1-ed2

-ed1

suffix

  • 1(added to nouns to form adjectives) having; possessing; affected by.

    ‘talented’
    ‘diseased’
    1. 1.1 (added to nouns to form adjectives) characteristic of.
      ‘ragged’
  • 2Forming adjectives from phrases consisting of adjective and noun.

    ‘bad-tempered’
    ‘three-sided’

Origin

Old English -ede.

Pronunciation

-ed

/d//ɪd//t/

Main definitions of -ed in English

: -ed1-ed2

-ed2

suffix

  • 1Forming the past tense and past participle of weak verbs.

    ‘landed’
    ‘walked’
  • 2Forming participial adjectives.

    ‘wounded’

Origin

Old English -ed, -ad, -od.

Pronunciation

-ed

/d//ɪd//t/