Definition of even down in English:

even down

adverb

  • 1Scottish, British, Irish dialect, rare Downright; quite; completely, utterly.

  • 2Scottish, British, Irish, US dialect, informal (especially in African-American usage). As an intensive or emphatic particle: = "even".

adjective

dialectScottish, British, Irish
  • 1Especially of rain: coming straight down, vertical. Applied especially to a heavy continuous fall of rain.

  • 2Downright, sheer, out-and-out; absolute.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From even + down.

Pronunciation

even down

/ˈiːvn daʊn/