Outen



[out-n] /ˈaʊt n/

verb (used with object), Eastern North Midland and South Atlantic States.
1.
to turn off (a light) or extinguish (a fire).
v.

“put out,” 1916, American English dialectal; see out (adv.) + -en (1). An idiom in Pennsylvania German.

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