See also: bürsten and Bürsten

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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. Burst; broken; ruptured.
  2. Affected with a rupture or hernia.

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