英 ['tɒnsjə; 'tɒnʃə]
1、tons- + -ure.
2、含义：shaving of the head or part of it as a religious rite.
来自拉丁语 tondere,剪，切，来自 PIE*tem,切，砍，词源同 atom,tome.字母 m,n 音变，比较 simple,single.-s,过去分词格，-ure,名词后缀。特用于指僧侣或教士等的剃度。
- tonsure: see tome
- tonsure (n.)
- late 14c., "shaving of the head or part of it," especially as a religious rite, from Anglo-French tonsure (mid-14c.), Old French tonsure "ecclesiastical tonsure; sheep-shearing" (14c.), from Latin tonsura "a shearing, clipping," from tonsus, past participle of tondere "to shear, shave, clip, crop," from PIE *tend-, from root *tem- "to cut" (see tome). The verb is attested from 1706 (implied in tonsured). Related: Tonsuring.
- 1. The ferule is used for conversion , tonsure, ordination and parlance.
- 戒尺用于皈依、剃度 、 传戒、说法等场合.
- 2. Before the tonsure, you to wash send?
- 剪发前你需要洗发 吗 ?
- 3. Before long, she saw through the emptiness of the material world and took tonsure.
- 没过多久, 她也看破红尘,削发为尼了.
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