What does -ed mean?

-ed meaning in Etymology Dictionary

past participle suffix of poor verbs, from Old English -ed, -ad, -od (leveled to -ed in center English), from Proto-Germanic *-da- (cognates: Old tall German -ta, German -t, Old Norse -


-ed meaning in General Dictionary

The cancellation of the past participle of regular, or poor, verbs; additionally, of analogous participial adjectives from nouns; as, pigmented; skilled.


-ed meaning in General Dictionary

The termination of history participle of regular, or poor, verbs; in addition, of analogous participial adjectives from nouns; as, pigmented; talented.