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BAKEN, v., pa.p. Baked or kneaded. [′bekən or ′bekn or ′bekŋ] Sc. 1722  Ramsay Poems (1800) II. 389:
I'll tell ye, Bawse, I've laid a plot That only wants your casting vote, And, if you'll gie't, your bread is baken.
[See Bake, v., 2.] Abd. 1904  W. A. Farquhar The Fyvie Lintie 23:
Lang afore your firlot's baken.
Ags. 1790  D. Morison Poems 22:
A scull [hat], made up o' Hawkie's hair, Just baken thick wi' batter.
Edb. 1828  D. M. Moir Mansie Wauch (1839) vii.:
Half a peck of shortbread, baken by Thomas Burlings.

[O.Sc. baken, baiken, beaken, O.E. bacen.]

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