5 letter words ending in en

Ablen () A small fresh-water fish (Leuciscus alburnus); the bleak.

Alien (a.) Not belonging to the same country, land, or government, or to the citizens or subjects thereof; foreign; as, alien subjects, enemies, property, shores.

Alien (a.) Wholly different in nature; foreign; adverse; inconsistent (with); incongruous; -- followed by from or sometimes by to; as, principles alien from our religion.

Alien (n.) A foreigner; one owing allegiance, or belonging, to another country; a foreign-born resident of a country in which he does not possess the privileges of a citizen. Hence, a stranger. See Alienage.

Alien (n.) One excluded from certain privileges; one alienated or estranged; as, aliens from God's mercies.

Alien (v. t.) To alienate; to estrange; to transfer, as property or ownership.

Alpen (a.) Of or pertaining to the Alps.

Arpen (n.) Formerly, a measure of land in France, varying in different parts of the country. The arpent of Paris was 4,088 sq. yards, or nearly five sixths of an English acre. The woodland arpent was about 1 acre, 1 rood, 1 perch, English.

Ashen (a.) Of or pertaining to the ash tree.

Ashen (a.) Consisting of, or resembling, ashes; of a color between brown and gray, or white and gray.

Ashen (n.) obs. pl. for Ashes.

Aspen (n.) Alt. of Asp

Aspen (a.) Of or pertaining to the aspen, or resembling it; made of aspen wood.

Axmen (pl. ) of Axman

Baken () p. p. of Bake.

Beden (n.) The Abyssinian or Arabian ibex (Capra Nubiana). It is probably the wild goat of the Bible.

Behen (n.) Alt. of Behn

Boxen (a.) Made of boxwood; pertaining to, or resembling, the box (Buxus).

Cosen (v. t.) See Cozen.

Cozen (v. t.) To cheat; to defraud; to beguile; to deceive, usually by small arts, or in a pitiful way.

Cozen (v. i.) To deceive; to cheat; to act deceitfully.

Dizen (v. t.) To dress; to attire.

Dizen (v. t.) To dress gaudily; to overdress; to bedizen; to deck out.

Dozen (pl. ) of Dozen

Dozen (n.) A collection of twelve objects; a tale or set of twelve; with or without of before the substantive which follows.

Dozen (n.) An indefinite small number.

Eaten (p. p.) of Eat

Eghen (n. pl.) Eyes.

Elmen (a.) Belonging to elms.

Erven (pl. ) of Erf

Eyren (pl. ) of Ey

Eyren (n. pl.) See Ey, an egg.

Faren () p. p. of Fare, v. i.

Fleen (n. pl.) Obs. pl. of Flea.

Geten () p. p. of Get.

Given (p. p.) of Give

Given () p. p. & a. from Give, v.

Given (v.) Granted; assumed; supposed to be known; set forth as a known quantity, relation, or premise.

Given (v.) Disposed; inc

Given (adv.) Stated; fixed; as, in a given time.

Gleen (v. i.) To glisten; to gleam.

Green (superl.) Having the color of grass when fresh and growing; resembling that color of the solar spectrum which is between the yellow and the blue; verdant; emerald.

Green (superl.) Having a sickly color; wan.

Green (superl.) Full of life aud vigor; fresh and vigorous; new; recent; as, a green manhood; a green wound.

Green (superl.) Not ripe; immature; not fully grown or ripened; as, green fruit, corn, vegetables, etc.

Green (superl.) Not roasted; half raw.

Green (superl.) Immature in age or experience; young; raw; not trained; awkward; as, green in years or judgment.

Green (superl.) Not seasoned; not dry; containing its natural juices; as, green wood, timber, etc.

Green (n.) The color of growing plants; the color of the solar spectrum intermediate between the yellow and the blue.

Green (n.) A grassy plain or plat; a piece of ground covered with verdant herbage; as, the village green.

Green (n.) Fresh leaves or branches of trees or other plants; wreaths; -- usually in the plural.

Green (n.) pl. Leaves and stems of young plants, as spinach, beets, etc., which in their green state are boiled for food.

Green (n.) Any substance or pigment of a green color.

Green (v. t.) To make green.

Green (v. i.) To become or grow green.

Haven (n.) A bay, recess, or inlet of the sea, or the mouth of a river, which affords anchorage and shelter for shipping; a harbor; a port.

Haven (n.) A place of safety; a shelter; an asylum.

Haven (v. t.) To shelter, as in a haven.

Hoven () of Heave

Heben (n.) Ebony.

Henen (adv.) Hence.

women (pl. ) of Herdswoman

Heren (a.) Made of hair.

Hoten () of Hight

Hoven (a.) Affected with hoove; as, hooven, or hoven, cattle.

Hosen (pl. ) of Hose

Hosen (n. pl.) See Hose.

Hoten () of Hote

Hoten () p. p. of Hote.

Hoven () p. p. of Heave.

Hoven (a.) Affected with the disease called hoove; as, hoven cattle.

Hymen (n.) A fold of muscous membrane often found at the orifice of the vagina; the vaginal membrane.

Hymen (n.) A fabulous deity; according to some, the son of Apollo and Urania, according to others, of Bacchus and Venus. He was the god of marriage, and presided over nuptial solemnities.

Hymen (n.) Marriage; union as if by marriage.

Impen (v. t.) To shut up or inclose, as in a pen.

Laden (p. & a.) Loaded; freighted; burdened; as, a laden vessel; a laden heart.

Leden (n.) Alt. of Ledden

Leten () p. p. of Lete.

Leven (n.) Lightning.

Lifen (v. t.) To enliven.

Liken (a.) To allege, or think, to be like; to represent as like; to compare; as, to liken life to a pilgrimage.

Liken (a.) To make or cause to be like.

Loren (obs. strong p. p.) of Lose.

Lyden (n.) See Leden.

Lyken (v. t.) To please; -- chiefly used impersonally.

Milen (n.) See Maslin.

Mixen (n.) A compost heap; a dunghill.

Mowen () of Mow

Neven (v. t.) To name; to mention; to utter.

Nomen (p. p.) of Nim

Nomen () p. p. of Nim.

Oaken (a.) Made or consisting of oaks or of the wood of oaks.

Oaten (a.) Consisting of an oat straw or stem; as, an oaten pipe.

Oaten (a.) Made of oatmeal; as, oaten cakes.

Often (adv.) Frequently; many times; not seldom.

Often (a.) Frequent; common; repeated.

Olden (a.) Old; ancient; as, the olden time.

Olden (v. i.) To grow old; to age.

Paien (n. & a.) Pagan.

Paten (n.) A plate.

Paten (n.) The place on which the consecrated bread is placed in the Eucharist, or on which the host is placed during the Mass. It is usually small, and formed as to fit the chalice, or cup, as a cover.

Paven (n.) See Pavan.

Payen (n. & a.) Pagan.

Powen (n.) A small British lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeoides, or C. ferus); -- called also gwyniad and lake herring.

Preen (n.) A forked tool used by clothiers in dressing cloth.

Preen (n.) To dress with, or as with, a preen; to trim or dress with the beak, as the feathers; -- said of birds.

Preen (n.) To trim up, as trees.

Queen (n.) The wife of a king.

Queen (n.) A woman who is the sovereign of a kingdom; a female monarch; as, Elizabeth, queen of England; Mary, queen of Scots.

Queen (n.) A woman eminent in power or attractions; the highest of her kind; as, a queen in society; -- also used figuratively of cities, countries, etc.

Queen (n.) The fertile, or fully developed, female of social bees, ants, and termites.

Queen (n.) The most powerful, and except the king the most important, piece in a set of chessmen.

Queen (n.) A playing card bearing the picture of a queen; as, the queen of spades.

Queen (n.) A male homosexual, esp. one who is effeminate or dresses in women's clothing.

Queen (v. i.) To act the part of a queen.

Queen (v. i.) To make a queen (or other piece, at the player's discretion) of by moving it to the eighth row; as, to queen a pawn.

Raven (n.) A large black passerine bird (Corvus corax), similar to the crow, but larger. It is native of the northern parts of Europe, Asia, and America, and is noted for its sagacity.

Raven (a.) Of the color of the raven; jet black; as, raven curls; raven darkness.

Raven (n.) Rapine; rapacity.

Raven (n.) Prey; plunder; food obtained by violence.

Raven (v. t.) To obtain or seize by violence.

Raven (v. t.) To devour with great eagerness.

Raven (v. i.) To prey with rapacity; to be greedy; to show rapacity.

Riden () imp. pl. & p. p. of Ride.

Ripen (v. i.) To grow ripe; to become mature, as grain, fruit, flowers, and the like; as, grapes ripen in the sun.

Ripen (v. i.) To approach or come to perfection.

Ripen (v. t.) To cause to mature; to make ripe; as, the warm days ripened the corn.

Ripen (v. t.) To mature; to fit or prepare; to bring to perfection; as, to ripen the judgment.

Risen (p. p.) of Rise

Risen () p. p. & a. from Rise.

Risen (p. p. & a.) Obs. imp. pl. of Rise.

Riven () of Rive

Riven () p. p. & a. from Rive.

Rosen (a.) Consisting of roses; rosy.

Rowen (n.) A stubble field left unplowed till late in the autumn, that it may be cropped by cattle.

Rowen (n.) The second growth of grass in a season; aftermath.

Rumen (n.) The first stomach of ruminants; the paunch; the fardingbag. See Illust. below.

Rumen (n.) The cud of a ruminant.

Semen (n.) The seed of plants.

Semen (n.) The seed or fecundating fluid of male animals; sperm. It is a white or whitish viscid fluid secreted by the testes, characterized by the presence of spermatozoids to which it owes its generative power.

Seten () obs. imp. pl. of Sit. Sat.

Seven (a.) One more than six; six and one added; as, seven days make one week.

Seven (n.) The number greater by one than six; seven units or objects.

Seven (n.) A symbol representing seven units, as 7, or vii.

Sewen (n.) A British trout usually regarded as a variety (var. Cambricus) of the salmon trout.

Seyen () imp. pl. & p. p. of See.

Sheen (v. t.) Bright; glittering; radiant; fair; showy; sheeny.

Sheen (v. i.) To shine; to glisten.

Sheen (n.) Brightness; splendor; glitter.

Siren (n.) One of three sea nymphs, -- or, according to some writers, of two, -- said to frequent an island near the coast of Italy, and to sing with such sweetness that they lured mariners to destruction.

Siren (n.) An enticing, dangerous woman.

Siren (n.) Something which is insidious or deceptive.

Siren (n.) A mermaid.

Siren (a.) Of or pertaining to a siren; bewitching, like a siren; fascinating; alluring; as, a siren song.

Soken (n.) A toll. See Soc, n., 2.

Soken (n.) A district held by socage.

Solen (n.) A cradle, as for a broken limb. See Cradle, 6.

Solen (n.) Any marine bivalve mollusk belonging to Solen or allied genera of the family Solenidae; a razor shell.

Steen (n.) A vessel of clay or stone.

Steen (n.) A wall of brick, stone, or cement, used as a lining, as of a well, cistern, etc.; a steening.

Steen (v. t.) To

Syren (n.) See Siren.

Ta'en () p. p. of Ta, to take, or a contraction of Taken.

Taken () p. p. of Take.

Token (n.) Something intended or supposed to represent or indicate another thing or an event; a sign; a symbol; as, the rainbow is a token of God's covenant established with Noah.

Token (n.) A memorial of friendship; something by which the friendship of another person is to be kept in mind; a memento; a souvenir.

Token (n.) Something given or shown as a symbol or guarantee of authority or right; a sign of authenticity, of power, good faith, etc.

Token (n.) A piece of metal intended for currency, and issued by a private party, usually bearing the name of the issuer, and redeemable in lawful money. Also, a coin issued by government, esp. when its use as lawful money is limited and its intrinsic value is much below its nominal value.

Token (n.) A livid spot upon the body, indicating, or supposed to indicate, the approach of death.

Token (n.) Ten and a half quires, or, commonly, 250 sheets, of paper printed on both sides; also, in some cases, the same number of sheets printed on one side, or half the number printed on both sides.

Token (n.) A piece of metal given beforehand to each person in the congregation who is permitted to partake of the Lord's Supper.

Token (n.) A bit of leather having a peculiar mark designating a particular miner. Each hewer sends one of these with each corf or tub he has hewn.

Token (n.) To betoken.

Treen (a.) Made of wood; wooden.

Treen (a.) Relating to, or drawn from, trees.

Treen () pl. of Tree.

Unpen (v. t.) To release from a pen or from confinement.

Vimen (n.) A long, slender, flexible shoot or branch.

Vixen (n.) A female fox.

Vixen (n.) A cross, ill-tempered person; -- formerly used of either sex, now only of a woman.

Waken (v. i.) To wake; to cease to sleep; to be awakened.

Waken (v. t.) To excite or rouse from sleep; to wake; to awake; to awaken.

Waken (v. t.) To excite; to rouse; to move to action; to awaken.

Waxen () of Wax

Waxen (a.) Made of wax.

Waxen (a.) Covered with wax; waxed; as, a waxen tablet.

Waxen (a.) Resembling wax; waxy; hence, soft; yielding.

Woven (p. p.) of Weave

Wepen (n.) Weapon.

Wheen (n.) A quantity; a goodly number.

Widen (v. t.) To make wide or wider; to extend in breadth; to increase the width of; as, to widen a field; to widen a breach; to widen a stocking.

Widen (v. i.) To grow wide or wider; to enlarge; to spread; to extend.

Witen () pl. pres. of Wit.

Wizen (v. i.) To wither; to dry.

Wizen (a.) Wizened; thin; weazen; withered.

Wizen (n.) The weasand.

Woden (n.) A deity corresponding to Odin, the supreme deity of the Scandinavians. Wednesday is named for him. See Odin.

Women (pl. ) of Woman

Women (n.) pl. of Woman.

Wopen (p. p.) Wept.

Woven () p. p. of Weave.

Woxen () p. p. of Wax.

Wyten () pl. pres. of Wit.

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