Outen definitions

(archaic or dialectal) Out; out of; out from.

preposition
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(chiefly dialectal) Being from without; strange; foreign; fremd; peculiar.

An outen man.

adjective
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(chiefly dialectal) To put out; extinguish.

Outen the light.

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Origin of outen

From Middle English outen, uten, from Old English ūtan (“from outside, on the outside, without”), from Proto-Germanic *ūtô, *ūtą (“outside”), from Proto-Indo-European *ūd- (“up, over”). Cognate with Middle Low German ūten (“out, forth”), German außen (“outside, out”), Swedish utan (“without, free from”). More at out.