英 ['fɪlbət]
  • n. 榛子;榛树
  • n. (Filbert)人名;(德、坦桑)菲尔贝特;(英)菲尔伯特
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filbert 榛子

来自7世纪法兰西修道院主持St.Philbert, 因这种榛果果实成熟期接近其纪念日Aug.22而得名。

filbert: [14] Hazelnuts begin to ripen around the end of August, and so in medieval times they were named after Saint Philibert, a 7th-century Frankish abbot whose feast day falls on the 22nd of that month. Thus in Anglo-Norman they were *noix de Philibert or noix de filbert – whence English filbert.
filbert (n.)
"hazelnut," late 14c., from Anglo-French philber (late 13c.), from Norman dialect noix de filbert, in reference to St. Philbert, 7c. Frankish abbot, so called because the hazel nuts ripen near his feast day, Aug. 22 (Old Style). Weekley compares German Lambertsnuss "filbert," associated with St. Lambert (Sept. 17); also German Johannisbeere "red currant," associated with St. John's Day (June 24). The saint's name is Old High German Filu-berht, literally "very bright."
1. The technology of extracting filbert kernel oil by hydrolysis method is studied.


2. Nut trees such as filbert, hazelnut and yellowhorn produce well with only sun in the morning.
像榛子树 、 榛实树和黄角树这类坚果树,只需在早晨接受足够的光照便能保证丰产.


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