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詞源1[编辑]

源自古英語 ent (巨人),源自原始西日耳曼語 *anti。最早出現在托爾金的《指環王》(1954–55)。

名詞[编辑]

ent(复数 ents (女性 entwife)

  1. 托爾金作品中描寫的樹人
    • 2001, Stephen King and Peter Straub, p133 The Talisman:
      Ents and Entwives, Jack thought crazily. BAD Ents and Entwives.
    • 2003, Walter Scheps, "The Fairy-tale Morality of The Lord of the Rings", in Jared Lobdell (ed.), A Tolkien Compass
      [] and that fine young ent Quickbeam is merely a minor crux in an Old English glossary (the name Quickbeam means 'living tree' in Old English).
    • 2003, Colin Duriez, Tolkien and C. S. Lewis: The Gift of Friendship
      Tolkien's Treebeard, his Ent creation, was inspired by Lewis, especially his sometimes emphatic deep voice
    • 2003, Ralph C. Wood, The Gospel According to Tolkien: Visions of the Kingdom in Middle-earth
      Tolkien perhaps speaks for himself when he has Treebeard confess that "nobody cares for the woods as I care for them," and when this same Ent also warns that "the withering of all woods may be drawing near"
    • 2003, Allen Paterson, p180 Trees for Your Garden:
      But this should not lead to complete avoidance, as if it is like some dire incursion of triffids or ents.
    • 2003, Robert Dunn, p98 Horse Latitudes:
      Somewhere, ents and manitous laugh grimly For, despite all this, the trees lasted much longer Than most of the presents, and all of the holiday spirit.
    • 2006, John Allran, p37 Men of Their Word:
      Hello, my good friend, myself I present. Not human, nor tree, for I am an ent.
    • 2004, Paola Amico and James Beletic, page xxvi Scientific Detectors for Astronomy: The Beginning of a New Era:
      The Ents are a race of giant, tree-like people. Their purpose is to protect the electrons, though some align themselves with holes. However, as the great arrays have grown, the number of Ents has dwindled. Now they are said only to be found in the darkest and most mysterious of laboratories.

詞源2[编辑]

可能源自empty,"m"被"t"同化。

動詞[编辑]

to ent(第三人称单数现在式 ents,现在分词 enting,过去式 ented,过去分词 ented

  1. 〉〈英式(德文郡) 清空,倒掉
    • 1976, K. C. Phillips: Westcountry Words and Ways, David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1976, p. 47
      A Truro correspondent remembers being sent to buy a teapot with the admonition 'and see he got a good ent to un'; that is, of course, a good 'pour'.
      "Enting down with rain" is still occasionally heard.

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詞源[编辑]

源自中古荷蘭語 ente ← enten (嫁接) (現代荷蘭語enten) ← 古法語 enter ← 拉丁語 imputāre

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名詞[编辑]

 ent  (〈〉) (复数 enten,指小 entje,指小复数 entjes

  1. 嫁接

動詞[编辑]

ent

  1. enten單數現在時直陳式
  2. enten命令式

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愛沙尼亞語[编辑]

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ent


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ent m (複數 enc)

  1. 實體
  2. 法人

古英語[编辑]

詞源[编辑]

源自原始西日耳曼語 *anti,來源不明。與哥特語 𐌰𐌽𐍄- (ant-)同源。

發音[编辑]

名詞[编辑]

 ent 

  1. 巨人

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派生語彙[编辑]

  • 中古英語: eont
  • 英語: ent

古薩克遜語[编辑]

詞源[编辑]

源自原始日耳曼語 *antiz (巨人),來源未知。與古英語 ent, 哥特語 𐌰𐌽𐍄- (ant-)同源。

名詞[编辑]

ent m

  1. 巨人

變格[编辑]

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