- n. 节杖（象征君权）；王权
- vt. 授予…王权；拥登王位（等于sceptre）
1. 同源词：scepter, shaft, scape.
2. scepter: from Old French sceptre, from Latin sceptrum, from Greek skeptron "staff," from root of skeptesthai "to prop oneself." Cognate with Old English sceaft (see shaft).
来自古法语 sceptre,来自拉丁语 sceptrum,王杖，权杖，来自希腊语 skeptron,王杖，权杖，棍 子，来自 skeptein,支撑，来自拉丁语 PIE*skep,砍，切，削，词源同 shaft,shape.
- scepter (n.)
- c. 1300, ceptre, from Old French sceptre (12c.), from Latin sceptrum "royal staff," from Greek skeptron "staff to lean on; royal scepter;" in transferred use, "royalty," from root of skeptein "to prop or stay, lean on." Apparently a cognate with Old English sceaft (see shaft (n.1)). The verb meaning "to furnish with a scepter" is from 1520s. Related: sceptred.
- 1. A scepter is one of the attributes of a king.
- 2. The crown and the scepter are the insigne of kings.
- 3. The scepter is the king's badge of office.
- 4. A scepter is the attribute of power.
- 5. The conqueror governed his new subjects with an iron scepter.
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