Eden

noun \ ˈē-dᵊn \

Definition of Eden

1 : paradise 2
2 : the garden where according to the account in Genesis Adam and Eve first lived
3 : a place of pristine or abundant natural beauty

Edenic

play \i-ˈde-nik, ē-\ adjective

Examples of eden in a Sentence

  1. The new store is an Eden for book lovers.

  2. some of the first Europeans to explore Polynesia thought that they had indeed discovered a tropical Eden

Origin and Etymology of eden

Late Latin, from Hebrew ʽĒdhen


Eden

biographical name \ ˈē-dᵊn \

Definition of Eden

(Robert) Anthony 1897–1977 Earl of Avon play \ˈā-vən\ English statesman; prime minister (1955–57)


EDEN Defined for English Language Learners

Eden

noun

Definition of Eden for English Language Learners

  • in the Bible : the garden where Adam and Eve first lived

  • : a very beautiful natural place

  • : a place that is perfect for a particular activity or for a person who enjoys that activity


Eden

noun

Definition of Eden for English Language Learners

  • in the Bible : the garden where Adam and Eve first lived

  • : a very beautiful natural place

  • : a place that is perfect for a particular activity or for a person who enjoys that activity



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