- n. 淡褐色；榛子
- adj. 淡褐色的；榛树的
- n. (Hazel)人名；(英)黑兹尔
2. haze + -l(象形“像一颗高高的树”) => 透过朦胧的薄雾我看到了前方有一颗高高的榛树，在朦胧的薄雾的有一颗高大挺拔的榛树屹立在前方。
- hazel: [OE] Hazel is a very ancient tree-name. It can be traced right back to Indo-European *kosolos or *koselos, which also produced French coudrier and Welsh collen. Its Germanic descendant was *khasalaz, from which come German hasel, Dutch hazel-, and Swedish and Danish hassel as well as English hazel. The earliest known use of the word to describe the colour of eyes comes in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet 1592: ‘Thou wilt quarrel with a man for cracking nuts, having no other reason, but thou hast hazel eyes’.
- hazel (n.)
- Old English hæsl, hæsel, from Proto-Germanic *hasalaz (cognates: Old Norse hasl, Middle Dutch hasel, German hasel), from PIE *koselo- "hazel" (cognates: Latin corulus, Old Irish coll "hazel"). Shakespeare ("Romeo and Juliet," 1592) was first to use it (in print) in the sense of "reddish-brown color of eyes" (in reference to the color of ripe hazel-nuts), when Mercutio accuses Benvolio:
Thou wilt quarrell with a man for cracking Nuts, hauing no reason, but because thou hast hasell eyes.
- 1. She has hazel eyes.
- 2. They were standing in the shade of hazel bushes.
- 3. The Country Mouse was sitting under a hazel thicket plucking nuts.
- 4. It's not fair Hazel always takes Edward's part whether he's right or wrong.
- 5. The desks were littered with catkins, hazel and willow, which the pupils had been sketching.
- 学生的课桌上散乱地放着正在临摹的柔美花 、 榛子和扬柳.
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