- n. 鸽子；鸽派人士
- v. 潜水（dive的过去式）
- n. (Dove)人名；(英)达夫；(德、法)多弗
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- dove (n.)
- probably from Old English dufe- (found only in compounds), from Proto-Germanic *dubon (cognates: Old Saxon duba, Old Norse dufa, Swedish duva, Middle Dutch duve, Dutch duif, Old High German tuba, German Taube, Gothic -dubo), perhaps related to words for "dive," in reference to its flight.
Originally applied to all pigeons, now mostly restricted to the turtle dove. A symbol of gentleness from early Christian times, also of the Holy Spirit (as in Gen. viii:8-12), and of peace and deliverance from anxiety; political meaning "person who advocates peace" attested by 1917, from the Christian dove of peace.
- dove (v.)
- past tense of dive (q.v.).
- 1. A dove cooed softly.
- 2. The dove is symbolic of peace.
- 3. A dove is often used as a symbol of peace.
- 4. She rhymes " love " with " dove ".
- 她将 " love " 与 " dove " 两字押韵.
- 5. The dove is a symbol of peace.
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