- n. 蚌；贻贝；淡菜
- n. (Mussel)人名；(法)米塞尔
1. mouse =》 muss- + -el => mussel ( literally "little mouse").
2. from Latin musculus "mussel," literally "little mouse," also "muscle;" like muscle.
3. derived from mus "mouse" on the perceived similarity of size and shape.
- mussel: see muscle
- mussel (n.)
- Old English muscle, musscel "shellfish, mussel," from Late Latin muscula (source of Old French musle, Modern French moule, Middle Dutch mosscele, Dutch mossel, Old High German muscula, German Muschel), from Latin musculus "mussel," literally "little mouse," also "muscle;" like muscle, derived from mus "mouse" on the perceived similarity of size and shape. The modern spelling, distinguishing the word from muscle, first recorded c. 1600, not fully established until 1870s.
- 1. Fishermen fear valuable oyster and mussel beds could be decimated.
- 2. Rich oyster, mussel, clam, snail, seaweed, laver and other shellfish, algae.
- 盛产牡蛎 、 蛏 、 蛤 、 螺 、 海带 、 紫菜等贝 、 藻类.
- 3. He recognized that he was seized by a freshwater mussel.
- 4. Be sure the Information about the collection of the zebra mussel data.
- 5. Mussel crisp delicious, packet sauce tasty, traditional cuisine of coastal Wenzhou.
- 淡菜脆嫩鲜香, 包汁入味, 是温州沿海的传统佳肴.
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