Definitions for ebonˈɛb ən

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

eb•onˈɛb ən(adj.)

  1. ebony.

Origin of ebon:

1350–1400; ME eban, ebyn ebony < OF eban, ebaine < ML ebanus, for L (h)ebenus < Gk ébenos

Princeton's WordNet

  1. ebon, ebony(adj)

    of a very dark black


  1. ebon(Noun)

    (now poetic) Ebony; an ebony tree.

  2. ebon(Adjective)

    Made of ebony.

  3. ebon(Adjective)

    Black in colour.

  4. Origin: From eban (modern ébène), from ebenus, from ‘ebony tree’, from Egyptian hbny.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ebon(adj)

    consisting of ebony

  2. Ebon(adj)

    like ebony, especially in color; black; dark

  3. Ebon(noun)


Anagrams of ebon

  1. bone


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