woven

[ woh-vuh n ]
/ ˈwoʊ vən /

verb

a past participle of weave.
Related formshalf-wo·ven, adjectiveun·wo·ven, adjectivewell-wo·ven, adjective

Definition for woven (2 of 2)

weave

[ weev ]
/ wiv /

verb (used with object), wove or especially for 5, weaved; wo·ven or wove; weav·ing.

verb (used without object), wove or especially for 9, weaved; wo·ven or wove; weav·ing.

noun

a pattern of or method for interlacing yarns.

Origin of weave

before 900; Middle English weven, Old English wefan; cognate with German weben, Old Norse vefa; see web
Related formsout·weave, verb (used with object), out·wove, out·wo·ven, or out·wove, out·weav·ing.re·weave, verb, re·wove, re·wo·ven or re·wove, re·weav·ing.
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British Dictionary definitions for woven (1 of 2)

woven

/ (ˈwəʊvən) /

verb

a past participle of weave

British Dictionary definitions for woven (2 of 2)

weave

/ (wiːv) /

verb weaves, weaving, wove, weaved, woven or weaved

noun

the method or pattern of weaving or the structure of a woven fabric
Derived Formsweaving, noun

Word Origin for weave

Old English wefan; related to Old High German weban, Old Norse vefa, Greek hyphos, Sanskrit vābhis; compare web, weevil, wasp
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