Euen

sb. evenVariants: efenn, eue, Comb.: euene-sterre, evening star eue-song, even-song euyn-songe, euensongeEtymology: Anglo-Saxon ǽfen (éfen ): Old High German áband (Otfrid),
adj. even, equal, fellowVariants: euene, adv. efne, æfne, ewin Comb.: efen-ald, of the same age,; euen-cristene, fellow-christian , em-cristen, euen-forth, according to, to the extent of em-forth, euen-forth, directly forward euen-forward, directly forward, euene-long, of proper height euene-worth, of like valueEtymology: Anglo-Saxon efen : Old Saxon eban Old High German eban (Otfrid).