象征吉祥的符号，来自梵语 svastika,护身符，好运符，来自 su-,好的，来自 PIE*esu,好的， 词源同 eu-,好的，-asti,是，存在，来自 PIE*es,是，词源同 is,essence,-ka,小词后缀。该词于 19 世纪由英国梵文学家引入英语。
- swastika (n.)
- Greek cross with arms bent at right angles, 1871 (in English specifically as emblem of the Nazi party from 1932), from Sanskrit svastika-s, literally "being fortunate," from svasti-s "well-being, luck," from su- "well" (from PIE *(e)su- "good") + as-, root of asti "(he) is," which is from the same PIE root as Latin esse "to be" (see essence).
Also known as gammadion (Byzantine), cross cramponnee (heraldry), Thor's hammer, and, perhaps, fylfot. Originally an ancient cosmic or religious symbol thought to bring good luck. Use in reference to the Nazi emblem first recorded in English in 1932. The German word was Hakenkreuz, literally "hook-cross."
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- 2. Subsequently, the Swastika was replaced by the Cross.
- 随后, 纳粹党所用的十字记号被十字架替代.
- 3. Jewel : I saw a guy with a swastika on his scooter helmet the other day.
- 朱儿: 有一天我看到一个人头戴著有纳粹党徽的摩托车安全帽.
- 4. I am quite sure the Nazis can't conceive of God without a swastika arm - band.
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