英 ['helɪbɔː] 美 ['hɛlə,bor]
  • n. 藜芦;菟葵
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hellebore 鹿食草


hellebore (n.)
late 14c., from Old French ellebore, from Latin elleborus, from Greek helleboros, perhaps meaning "plant eaten by fawns," from Greek ellos/hellos "fawn" + bora "food of beasts," from bibroskein "to eat," from PIE root *gwere- (4) "to swallow" (see voracity). Among the ancients, the name given to various plants of both poisonous and medicinal qualities, reputed to cure madness.
1. The hellebore of Corsica, in flower since the end of January, always maintains one's rank.
科西嘉的嚏根草, 开着花1月末, 总是保持一个人的职位.


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