Hindu

英 ['hindu:; 'hin'du:] 美
  • adj. 印度教的;印度的
  • n. 印度人;印度教教徒
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Hindu 印度教教徒

词源同India,印度。用于指印度教教徒。

Hindu
1660s, from Persian Hindu (adjective and noun) "Indian," from Hind "India," from Sanskrit sindhu "river," specifically the Indus; hence "region of the Indus," gradually extended across northern India. The Hindu Kush mountain range is said to mean literally "Indian killer," and was said to have been the name given by the Persians to a pass where their Indian slaves had perished in winter, but this is likely folk etymology.
1. The general had mustered his troops north of the Hindu Kush.
将军在兴都库什山脉以北集结军队。

来自柯林斯例句

2. one of the great Hindu epics
伟大的印度教史诗之一

来自《权威词典》

3. This shrine is sacred to the Hindu god Vishnu.
这座神殿是供奉印度教的神毗瑟拏的.

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. It's part of a broader Hindu nationalist movement that's gaining strength throughout the country.
这是一场凝聚全国力量的更大规模的印度教民族主义运动的一部分。

来自柯林斯例句

5. The aim of the festival is to increase awareness of Hindu culture and traditions.
该节庆日的目的在于增强人们对印度文化和传统的认识。

来自柯林斯例句

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