- n. 执事；助祭
- vt. 朗读；搞欺骗
- n. (Deacon)人名；(英)迪肯
1、dia- "thoroughly" => dea- + con- "set oneself in motion" => deacon.
2、diakonos => diaconus => diacon => deacon.
3、字面含义：servant. => servant of the church, religious official.
来自希腊语diakonos, 仆人，教会执事。来自dia-, 穿过，-con, 移动，词源同cite, cinema.
- deacon (n.)
- Old English deacon, diacon, from Late Latin diaconus, from Greek diakonos "servant of the church, religious official," literally "servant," from dia- "thoroughly" + PIE *kon-o-, from root *ken- (1) "to set oneself in motion."
- 1. Deacon made no secret of his loathing of Bayldon.
- 2. He had been ordained as a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church.
- 3. There also exist some relationships of conversion between the formulas of Deacon and Jacobs.
- 4. Deacon says the most common reason is to have a chance to travel.
- 5. Deacon flamed at his host.
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