[with pl. or sing. v.] decorative objects, esp. antiques, made of wood
Origin of treenfrom obsolete plural , trees, or obsolete adjective , wooden from Old English tr?ow, tree
Woodenware consisting of small, functional household articles such as spoons or bowls, especially when carved from a single piece.
Origin of treenFrom Middle English made of wood from Old English trēowen from trēow tree ; see tree.
- (obsolete) Alternative plural form of tree.
From Middle English treon, treowen, equivalent to tree +"Ž -en (“plural ending").
(comparative more treen, superlative most treen)
(countable and uncountable, plural treens)