Jawed (Javed, Javid جاود; UrduJawaid, Javaid جاوید) is a masculine given name of Persian origin, with a meaning of "eternal".
The name is from Modern Persian "eternal". The word continues Middle Persianjāwēd, from an Old Persian*yāvaitat, ultimately from *yauu-, Iranian oblique stem of *āiuu- "age, duration", cognate with Greek αἰών " eon".
It is not a traditional given name; it was chosen as a pseudonym by Huseyn Javid (Huseyn Abdulla oglu Rasizadeh) in the early 20th century. The given name became popular among Indian Muslims from about the 1940s, and remains a popular name for baby boys in Pakistan.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Jaw \Jaw\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Jawed; p. pr. & vb. n. Jawing.]
To scold; to clamor. [Law]
To talk idly, long-windedly, or without special purpose.
Jawed \Jawed\ (j[add]d), a.
Having jaws; -- chiefly in composition; as, lantern-jawed.
``Jawed like a jetty.''
a. 1 having jaws 2 (''in combination'') having a specified type of jaw
Usage examples of "jawed".
Mike said, slack jawed with surprise, but he carefully signed a receipt for the gold, and Zainal told him the combination of the digital lock on the safe box.
In the shadows thrown by the dim, faraway overhead lights, his bony long jawed face and dark-browed scowl added to the impression of a hunting feline.