There are 2 definitions of -ed in English:

-ed1

Pronunciation: /d, ɪd, t/

suffix

  • Forming adjectives:
  • 1(Added to nouns) having; possessing; affected by: talented diseased
  • 1.1(Added to nouns) characteristic of: ragged
  • 2From phrases consisting of adjective and noun: bad-tempered three-sided

Origin

Old English -ede.

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Pronunciation: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

There are 2 definitions of -ed in English:

-ed2

Pronunciation: /d, ɪd, t/

suffix

  • Forming:
  • 1The past tense and past participle of weak verbs: landed walked
  • 2Participial adjectives: wounded

Origin

Old English -ed, -ad, -od.

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