来自词根cur, 跑，词源同current, course.
- cursive (adj.)
- 1784, from French cursif (18c.), from Medieval Latin cursivus "running," from Latin cursus "a running," from past participle of currere "to run" (see current (adj.)). The notion is of "written with a running hand" (without raising the pen), originally as opposed to the older uncial hand.
- 1. I can't remember how to write a capital Z in cursive.
- 2. Chinese cursive writing is very difficult to read.
- 3. IV. The limitation of monk cursive script makes its influence brevity.
- 4. Some new methods are proposed for on - line cursive handwriting recognition.
- 5. Qianlong's Xingkai hardness and softness, cursive Xiaojiu elegant, pleasant people.
- 乾隆的行楷刚柔相济, 草书潇酒飘逸, 使人赏心悦目.
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