- n. 塘鹅
- n. (Gannet)人名；(法)加内
- gannet: [OE] The gannet used to be known dialectally as the solan goose (solan was a compound formed in the 15th century from Old Norse súla ‘gannet’ and önd ‘duck’), and in fact the name gannet too reveals a perceived similarity between the gannet and the goose. For it comes ultimately from a prehistoric Germanic *ganitaz or *ganoton, a word formed from the same base as produced English gander .
- gannet (n.)
- Old English ganot, name of a kind of sea-bird, from Proto-Germanic *ganton- (cognates: Dutch gent, Middle High German ganiz, Old High German ganazzo "a gander"), from PIE *ghans- "a goose" (see goose (n.)). Old French gante is from Germanic.
- 1. A zoologist attempts to capture a northern gannet affected by the oil spill.
- 2. Gannet - To subsist by the wings of his virtue and merit, having little land to rest upon.
- 塘鹅 - 以自己美德和功绩为翅膀而继续生存的人, 漂泊而没有定所.
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