dizen

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verb di·zen \ˈdī-zən, ˈdi-\

Definition of dizen

archaic

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  bedizen

Origin and Etymology of dizen

earlier disen to dress a distaff with flax, from Middle Dutch


First Known Use: 1619


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