Having; possessing; affected by; characteristic of.
[Old English -ede.]
These adjectives are formed from nouns; a few examples of a large group are: cultured, diseased, flowered, grained, hooded, jagged, jaundiced, knotted, leisured, matted, ragged, ridged, scented, talented, toothed. In principle, most nouns can add -ed in this way to create new adjectives: architected, liposuctioned, polymered, touristed.
This construction is common with hyphenated phrases consisting either of an adjective and a noun or a pair of nouns: able-bodied, absent-minded, barrel-chested, deep-rooted, high-spirited, oil-fired, rose-tinted, semi-skimmed, well-timed.
For adjectives in -ed formed from verbs, see the next entry.