glazen

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From Middle English glazen "made of glass, glassy" from Old English glæsen "made of glass, glassy" from glæs (glass) +‎ -en (-suffix meaning "made of, consisting of"). More at glass, -en.

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glazen (comparative more glazen, superlative most glazen)

  1. made or consisting of glass
  2. resembling glass, glassy

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Etymology[edit]

From inflection of glas 'glass (material or container)' + -en

Noun[edit]

glazen (diminutive glaasjes)

  1. Plural form of glas

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glazen (not comparable)

  1. made of glass
  2. glassy, resembling glass

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glazen (past singular glaasde, past participle geglaasd)

  1. (transitive) To glaze, make look like glass
  2. (transitive) To polish

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