verb (used with object)
Origin of deed
Examples from the Web for deeded
Mary Duggan deeded the property to her husband in January, 1795, a few weeks before her death.Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs|Samuel Adams Drake
Menocal, who owned it and deeded it to me, pretends he isn't responsible for what the man said.The Iron Furrow|George C. Shedd
I have deeded this hill farm to Samuel, and here is the deed.The End Of The World|Edward Eggleston
It was deeded to Benjamin Ladd as trustee and so stands in the record now.
Upon the marriage of the daughter he deeded her 50 acres of the land.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|Grover Cleveland
British Dictionary definitions for deeded
Word Origin for deed
Word Origin and History for deeded
Old English dæd "a doing, act, action, transaction, event," from Proto-Germanic *dædis (cf. Old Saxon dad, Old Norse dað, Old Frisian dede, Middle Dutch daet, Dutch daad, Old High German tat, German Tat "deed," Gothic gadeþs "a putting, placing"), from PIE *dhetis (cf. Lithuanian detis "load, burden," Greek thesis "a placing, setting"), from *dhe- "place, put" (see do). Sense of "written legal document" is early 14c. As a verb, 1806, American English Related: Deeded; deeding.