Last modified on 10 January 2015, at 18:27

bursten

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English bursten, ibursten, from Old English borsten, ġeborsten, past participle of Old English berstan (to burst). More at burst.

VerbEdit

bursten

  1. (now rare) past participle of burst.

AdjectiveEdit

bursten (comparative more bursten, superlative most bursten)

  1. Bursted; broken; ruptured.
  2. Affected with a rupture or hernia.

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