- n. 大满贯；野鼠
- vi. 赢得大满贯
- n. (Vole)人名；(塞)沃莱
- vole:  A vole is etymologically a ‘fieldmouse’. The word is short for an earlier volemouse, which is assumed to have been borrowed from an unrecorded Norwegian compound *vollmus. The first element of this, voll ‘field’, was descended from Old Norse völlr ‘field’, which in turn went back to prehistoric Germanic *walthus (source also of English weald [OE] and wold [OE] and German wald ‘forest’). It may be related ultimately to wild. The second element, mus, is the same word as English mouse.
=> weald, wold
- vole (n.)
- 1828, short for vole-mouse (1805, in an Orkneys book), literally "field-mouse," with first element probably from Old Norse völlr "field," from Proto-Germanic *walthuz (cognates: Icelandic völlr, Swedish vall "field," Old English weald; see wold).
- 1. A water vole swam vigorously upstream.
- 2. Clean - cultivation reduces vole survival and reproduction.
- 3. The two vole species are not abundance than 99 % alike, genetically.
- 4. The two vole species are more than 99 % alike , genetically . WWW . DAGONG 8.
- 5. She went the vole and finally settled on teaching.
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