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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From smoke +‎ -en.

VerbEdit

smoken (third-person singular simple present smokens, present participle smokening, simple past and past participle smokened)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To make or become smoked or smoky.
    • 2011, Allan Massie, Arthur the King:
      She chewed on a knuckle bone and was silent, looking into the dying fire, till she raised her smokened face, looked at him steadily and said, 'You were born an old soul indeed, as I recall, but I'll thank you to remember that this boy, whom I have come to think of as my own bairn too, is one of the innocents of the world.'
    • 2012, Joseph Harry Silber, Bum:
      Steals a large jacket someone left on a chair; steals gulps of O2 from the smokening air; clutches a lost apple and flashlight and gauze; []

DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English smoke. Compare native Middle Dutch smōken (to fume; smolder; smoke).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈsmoːkə(n)/
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  • Hyphenation: smo‧ken
  • Rhymes: -oːkən

VerbEdit

smoken

  1. (slang) to smoke, especially weed or hash

ConjugationEdit

(Usually the verb is conjugated without modifying the stem smoke (from English) in its written form, although it is pronounced as if it were spelt smookte, gesmookt. The now-obsolete native word smoken (smookte, gesmookt) was conjugated like a regular weak verb.)

Inflection of smoken (weak)
infinitive smoken
past singular smokete
past participle gesmoket
infinitive smoken
gerund smoken n
present tense past tense
1st person singular smoke smokete
2nd person sing. (jij) smoket smokete
2nd person sing. (u) smoket smokete
2nd person sing. (gij) smoket smokete
3rd person singular smoket smokete
plural smoken smoketen
subjunctive sing.1 smoke smokete
subjunctive plur.1 smoken smoketen
imperative sing. smoke
imperative plur.1 smoket
participles smokend gesmoket
1) Archaic.

German Low GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German smôken, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *smaukiz (smoke) (Middle Low German smôk), either as a Middle Low German derivation or via an unrecorded Old Saxon form. Cognate with Dutch smoken, English smoke, German schmauchen, West Frisian smoke. More at smoke.

VerbEdit

smoken

  1. To smoke; fume; smoulder