treen

[ treen ]
/ trin /

adjective

made entirely of wood.

noun

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Origin of treen

First recorded before 1000; Middle English adjective trene, trein, Old English trēowen, triwen. see origin at tree, -en2
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British Dictionary definitions for treen

treen
/ (ˈtriːən) /

adjective

made of wood; wooden

noun

another name for treenware
the art of making treenware

Word Origin for treen

Old English trēowen, from trēow tree
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