- vi. 发热；洋溢；绚丽夺目
- n. 灼热；色彩鲜艳；兴高采烈
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1. PIE root *ghel- "shine, glitter, glow" => Proto-Germanic *glim- => gleam, glimmer, glimpse.
2. glimmer is a frequentative from Proto-Germanic *glim-, originally "shine brightly," Sense shifted 15c. to "shine faintly".
3. PIE root *ghel- "shine, glitter, glow" => glow, glitter, glister, glisten, glint, glad.
来自PIE*ghel, 照耀，发光，词源同glass, glisten.
- glow: [OE] Glow comes ultimately from Indo- European *ghlō-, in which the ghl- seems originally to have had some sort of symbolic function, as if directly representing the notion of ‘brightness, shining’ in speech. Its Germanic descendant *glō- produced German glühen, Dutch gloeien, and Swedish glöda (all meaning ‘glow’) as well as English glow and probably also glower .
- glow (v.)
- Old English glowan "to glow, shine as if red-hot," from Proto-Germanic *glo- (cognates: Old Saxon gloian, Old Frisian gled "glow, blaze," Old Norse gloa, Old High German gluoen, German glühen "to glow, glitter, shine"), from PIE *ghel- (2) "to shine," with derivatives referring to bright materials and gold (see glass (n.), also glint, glad, etc.). Figuratively from late 14c. Related: Glowed; glowing. Swedish dialectal and Danish glo also have the extended sense "stare, gaze upon," which is found in Middle English.
- glow (n.)
- mid-15c., "glowing heat," from glow (v). Meaning "a flush of radiant feeling" is from 1793.
- 1. Give yourself a healthy glow on our detox diet.
- 2. He felt a glow of pride in what she had accomplished.
- 3. Exercise will give you a glow of satisfaction at having achieved something.
- 4. The moisturiser gave my face a healthy glow that lasted all day.
- 5. The rising sun casts a golden glow over the fields.
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