From Latin ēveniō (“happen, fall out, come out”), from ē (“out of, from”) (short form of ex) + veniō (“come”).
evene (third-person singular simple present evenes, present participle evening, simple past and past participle evened)
- (obsolete) To occur; to happen; to come to pass.
- 1662, Thomas Salusbury, Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (Dialogue Two).
- What would evene, if an eagle that is carried by the course of the wind, should let a stone fall from its talons.