jalouse

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源自低地蘇格蘭語 jalouse,源自古法語 jalouser。“嫉妒”之義可能是南方作家因與 jealousy 相似而造成的誤用。

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jalouse (第三人稱單數簡單現在時 jalouses,現在分詞 jalousing,一般過去時及過去分詞 jaloused)

  1. (蘇格蘭, 及物) 懷疑
    • 1902, John Buchan, The Outgoing of the Tide
      Now the mention of the Skerburnfoot brought back to him only the thought of Ailie, and not of the witch wife, her mother. So he jaloused no ill, for at the best he was slow in the uptake.
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      'Ford!' cried John, in scorn. 'There'll be nae ford for you the nicht unless it was the ford o' the river Jordan. The burns are up and bigger than man ever saw them. It'll be a Beltane's E'en that a' folk will remember. They tell me that Gled valley is like a loch, and that there's an awesome heap o' folk drouned in the hills. Gin ye were ower the Mire, what about crossin' the Caulds and the Sker?' says he, for he jaloused he was going to Gledsmuir.
  2. (及物, 古舊) 嫉妒
    • 1885, Sir Richard Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Night 18
      When my two sisters (these two bitches, O Commander of the Faithful!) saw me by the side of my young lover they jaloused me on his account and were wroth and plotted mischief against me.

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  • IPA(幫助)/ʒa.luz/
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jalouse

  1. jaloux陰性單數

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jalouse

  1. jalouser 的屈折变化形式:
    1. 第一人稱/第三人稱單數現在時直陳式/虛擬式
    2. 第二人稱單數命令式

低地苏格兰语[编辑]

词源[编辑]

源自古法語 jalouser (嫉妒)

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jalouse (第三人称单数简单现在时 jalouses,现在分词 jalousin,简单过去时 jaloused,过去分词 jaloused)

  1. 懷疑猜疑猜測