From void + -en.
voiden (third-person singular simple present voidens, present participle voidening, simple past and past participle voidened)
- (transitive, intransitive, rare, nonstandard) To make or become void.
1989, Lok Sabha Debates - Volume 52, Issues 20-21, page 21:
So, it is temporarily voidened on account of stay granted by court.
2014, Stefan Sorin Muresan, Social Market Economy: The Case of Germany, page 144:
Public consciousness seems to be voidening of meaning and purpose in life.
- Genitive plural form of voi.
- Genitive plural form of vuo.