英 ['sɒlɪsɪz(ə)m] 美 ['sɑlɪsɪzəm]
  • n. 语法错误,文理不通;谬误,失礼
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solecism 语法错误,文理不通,失礼,无礼

来 自 拉 丁 语 soloecismus, 语 病 错 误 , 来 自 希 腊 语 soloikismos, 说 拙 劣 的 希 腊 语 , 来 自 soloikos,Soloi 人说的希腊语,来自 Soloi,城市名,雅典在 Cilicia 的殖民地,位于现土耳其, 说的希腊语有很多语法或文理错误,为雅典人所鄙视。-ism,主义,思想,行为。

solecism: [16] Solecism ‘act of (grammatical) impropriety’ comes via Latin soloecismus from Greek soloikismós, a derivative of sóloikos ‘ungrammatical utterance’. This is said to have referred originally to the speech of Athenian colonists in Soloi, in ancient Cilicia, southern Turkey, held by snooty sophisticates back home in Athens to be a debased form of their own speech.
solecism (n.)
"gross grammatical error;" loosely "any absurdity or incongruity," 1570s, from Middle French solécisme (16c.), from Latin soloecismus "mistake in speaking or writing," from Greek soloikismos "to speak (Greek) incorrectly," from soloikos "ungrammatical utterance," properly "a speaking like the people of Soloi," an Athenian colony in Cilicia (modern Mezitli in Turkey), whose dialect the Athenians considered barbarous. Related: Solecistic.