- n. 鞍，鞍状物；车座；拖具
- vt. 承受；使负担；装以马鞍
- vi. 跨上马鞍
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1. sed- "sit" => *sad- "sit" + 双写d加-le.
2. => seat for a rider.
来自古英语 sadol,马鞍，来自 Proto-Germanic*sathulaz,座位，来自 PIE*sed,坐，坐下，词源 同 sit,,seat,sedentary.
- saddle: [OE] Saddle comes from a prehistoric Germanic *sathulaz, which also produced German sattel, Dutch zadel, and Swedish sadel. Etymologically it no doubt signifies something to ‘sit’ on, hailing ultimately from the Indo- European base *sed- ‘sit’, from which English gets sit.
- saddle (n.)
- Old English sadol "seat for a rider," from Proto-Germanic *sathulaz (cognates: Old Norse söðull, Old Frisian sadel, Dutch zadel, zaal, German Sattel "saddle"), from PIE *sed- (1) "to sit" (cognates: Latin sedere "to sit," Old Church Slavonic sedlo "saddle;" see sedentary). Figurative phrase in the saddle "in an active position of management" is attested from 1650s. Saddle stitch (n.) was originally in bookbinding (1887).
- saddle (v.)
- Old English sadolian "to put a riding saddle on;" see saddle (n.). The meaning "to load with a burden" is first recorded 1690s. Related: Saddled; saddling.
- 1. Naomi was given a pony and taught to ride side-saddle.
- 2. He ran to the door and vaulted into the saddle.
- 3. He threw the old cloth saddle across the donkey's back.
- 4. Katie Moore took the ladies' side-saddle award.
- 5. She swung herself into the saddle.
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