What does -ed mean?

-ed in AZ Dictionary

(s) always form the past tense of regular verbs: tasted.
(s) regularly develop the past participle of regular verbs: absorbed.
(s) Having; characterized by; resembling: blackhearted.
The cancellation of history participle of regular, or weak, verbs; in addition, of analogous participial adjectives from nouns

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  • Antonym for "-ed"
    • -less
  • Cross Reference for "-ed"
    • -ing, -t
  • Same Context for "-ed"
    • edn, inst, rounds, d.c, bhumi
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