Definition of Dawen
1. daw [v] - See also: daw
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dawen
dawen (current term)
dawn of a new day
Literary usage of Dawen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Concord: From Its First Grant in 1725, to the Organization of by Nathaniel Bouton (1856)
"Before be bought them, Eastman asked dawen " if he would be a good boy and work ... dawen said, " Yes; the Lord bless him !" He then asked Shute; he said, ..."
2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"The ME word is to be divided as dnw-n-en, from the older dawen. y. The latter is the AS dagian, to dawn ; Grein, i. ..."
3. English Poetry (1170-1892) by John Matthews Manley, Manly, John Matthews, 1865-1940 (1907)
"... a mine dawen," And alle tha lawen gode Tha bi ... dawen stode. And ich wulle varen " to Avalun 28610 To ..."
4. Scottish alliterative poems in riming stanzas by Richard Holland, Huchown (1897)
"The plurals sawen and dawen are not admissible unless we reject the Northern origin of the poem ... Don out of dawen, " done out of days," deprived of life. ..."