- fem. proper name, from Middle Welsh eneit, "purity," literally "soul," from PIE *ane-tyo-, suffixed form of root *ane- "to breathe" (see animus).
- 1. Enid was a good teacher. She was very patient with her pupils.
- 伊妮德是位好教师, 她对学生很有耐心.
- 2. Enid wanted a puppy with all her heart and soul.
- 3. Enid made every effort to make her mother happy.
- 4. And Enid could not say one tender word.
- 5. Enid is a crepe hanger. She never expects herself to win a prize in the lottery.
- 伊妮德是个悲观的人, 她从不指望自己会中彩.
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