- n. 人类；生物
- n. (Wight)人名；(英)怀特
- wight (n.)
- Old English wiht "living being, creature, person; something, anything," from Proto-Germanic *wihti- (cognates: Old Saxon wiht "thing, demon," Dutch wicht "a little child," Old High German wiht "thing, creature, demon," German Wicht "creature, little child," Old Norse vettr "thing, creature," Swedish vätte "spirit of the earth, gnome," Gothic waihts "something"), from PIE *wekti- "thing, creature" (source also of Old Church Slavonic vešti "a thing"). Not related to the Isle of Wight, which is from Latin Vectis (c. 150), originally Celtic, possibly meaning "place of the division."
- 1. After much cogitation, we decided to move to the Isle of Wight.
- 2. She sought the advice of their old friend from Isle of Wight days , John Stebbings.
- 3. Thomas Arnold , English educationalist , was born on the Isle of Wight.
- 英国教育家 托马斯·诺德 生于怀特岛.
- 4. In the Isle of Wight, if it's not too dear.
- 在怀特岛上, 只要不是太贵.
- 5. Horses would not have been lacking in the Isle of Wight.
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