Definition of Treen

1. a. Made of wood; wooden.



Definition of Treen

1. Noun. (obsolete) (form of Alternative plural form tree). ¹

2. Adjective. (context: Now chiefly dialectal) Pertaining to or derived from trees; wooden; made of wood. ¹

3. Adjective. (context: Now chiefly dialectal Scotland) A large wooden platter. ¹

4. Noun. Household articles made of wood. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Treen

1. an article made from wood [n -S]

Medical Definition of Treen

1. 1. Made of wood; wooden. " Treen cups." 2. Relating to, or drawn from, trees. "Treen liquors, especially that of the date." (Evelyn) Origin: AS. Treowen. Of Tree. " The shady treen." Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Treen

treelawns
treelength
treelengths
treeless
treelessness
treelet
treelike
treeline
treelined
treelines
treelogy
treely
treemap
treemapping
treemaps
treen (current term)
treenail
treenails
treens
treenware
treenwares
treeology
treepie
treepies
trees of heaven
treescape
treescapes
treesful
treeship

Literary usage of Treen

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1. Antiquitates Manniae: Or a Collection of Memoirs on the Antiquities of the by Joseph George Cumming (1868)
"Upon the treen balley devolved the obligation of erecting and maintaining the treen church, the formation of burial-grounds, and other duties now merged in ..."

2. China Collecting in America by Alice Morse Earle (1892)
"TRENCHER treen AND PEWTER BRIGHT THE history of the use of china as tableware in America would be incomplete and ill-comprehended, without some reference to ..."

3. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association, Thomas Rowland Powel, Donald Moore (1866)
"The entrance to the treen is from the western gable, through a doorway two feet and a half wide at base, and narrowing above to two feet. ..."

4. The Baron's Yule Feast: A Christmas-rhyme by Thomas Cooper (1846)
"... gew-gaw gold to wear : But I would be where I can sing Kight merrily, all the year; Where forest treen, All gay and green, Full blythely do me cheer. ..."

5. The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury by John Jewel, Richard William Jelf (1848)
"Boniface, being himself a bishop, said: In old time we had treen chalices and golden priests, but now we have treen priests and golden ..."

6. An Historical and Statistical Account of the Isle of Man, from the Earliest by Joseph Train (1845)
"... treen Places—St. Mary, St. Trinian, St. Patrick, and St. Germain's Churches in Holm Peel—The Nunnery—Chapel of Rushen—Friary of ..."

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