cloven

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cloven

  1. past participle of cleave

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cloven

  1. Split or divided.

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English clofen, ġeclofen, past participle of clēofan, from Proto-Germanic *klubanaz, past participle of *kleubaną.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈklɔːvən/, /ˈklɔːvə/, /iˈklɔːvə/, /əˈklɔːvə/

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cloven

  1. past participle of cleven (to split)

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cloven

  1. Split, cloven, seperated, divided (used of anatomical features)

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