- hearken (v.)
- late Old English heorcnian "to give ear, listen" (intransitive); hear with attention" (transitive), a suffixed form of *heorcian (root of hark); from Proto-Germanic *hausjan (see hear). Harken is the usual spelling in U.S. and probably is better justified by etymology; OED says preference for hearken in British use likely is from influence of hear.
- 1. Howbeit they did not hearken, but they did after their former manner.
- 40他们却不听从, 仍照先前的风俗去行.
- 2. Gate of the Vanquisher of all Evil Spells, Hearken and Open!
- 一切邪咒征服者之门, 聆听并开启!
- 3. To hearken to the voice of conscience is a good rule.
- 4. If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.
- 君王若听谎言, 他一切臣仆都是奸恶.
- 5. Lioness, Queen of the Battle, Hearken and Remember!
- 母狮,战争之后, 聆听并记住!
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