- A prolonged wail for a deceased person.
- To sharpen; to make cold.
Verb (etymology 2)
- To utter a keen.
- To utter with a loud wailing voice or wordless cry.
- To mourn.
- showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.
- vehement; fierce; as, a keen appetite.
- sharp; having a fine edge or point.
- acute of mind; sharp; penetrating; having or expressing mental acuteness.
- bitter; piercing; acrimonious; cutting; stinging; severe; as, keen satire or sarcasm.
- piercing; penetrating; cutting; sharp; -- applied to cold, wind, etc,; as, a keen wind; the cold is very keen.
- I'm keen to learn another language.
- I'm keen on learning another language.
- I'm keen on languages.
- I'm keen about learning languages.
- I'm keen for help.
- ''"Do you want to learn another language?" / "I'm keen."
- I just got this peachy keen new dress.
- extremely low as to be competitive.
- keen prices
- brave, courageous; bold, audacious.
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