英 ['teɪliːzmən; 'teɪlz-]
来自拉丁语 tales,备选，候选，名词复数格于 talis,如此，同样，来自 PIE*to,指示代词词干， 词源同 this,that,retaliate.
- talesman (n.)
- "reserve member of a jury," 1670s, from tales "writ ordering bystanders to serve" in place of jurors not in attendance (late 15c.), via Anglo-French (mid-13c.), from Latin tales (in tales de circumstantibus "such persons from those standing about," a clause featured in such a writ), noun use of plural of talis "such, of such kind" (see that).