- n. 貂；貂皮
- n. (Marten)人名；(意、俄、法、德、英、荷、西)马滕
- marten (n.)
- mid-13c., "skin or fur of the marten," from Old French martrine "marten fur," noun use of fem. adjective martrin "of or pertaining to the marten," from martre "marten," from Frankish *martar or some other Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *marthuz (cognates: Old Saxon marthrin "of or pertaining to the marten," Old Frisian merth, Middle Dutch maerter, Dutch marter, Old High German mardar, German Marder, Old English mearþ, Old Norse mörðr "marten"), probably from PIE *martu- "bride," perhaps on some fancied resemblance, or else a Germanic euphemism for the real name of the animal, which might have been taboo.
In Middle English the animal itself typically was called marter, directly from Old French martre, but marten took over this sense in English c. 1400.
- 1. Eurasian marten having a brown coat with pale breast and throat.
- 2. Today we answer the a question Marten Martin in Mexico City.
- 3. Japanese marten went across the road of the mountain quickly at night.
- 4. These marten overcoats are tastefully packed.
- 5. T - shirt, straight bottom jeans and a pair of Dr. Marten's make up the classic leisure look.
- 实用情境一件 T 恤 、 一条直筒牛仔裤再配上一双马丁大夫鞋,这就是经典的休闲穿著了.
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