- n. 鹰；鹰状标饰
- n. (Eagle)人名；(英)伊格尔
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鹰 eagle 翼钩(嘴成钩状、有翼有钩) --- 鹰钩
- eagle:  Eagle comes via Old French aigle from Latin aquila (source also of English aquiline ). This was presumably a derivative of the adjective aquilus ‘dark-coloured’, suggesting that the eagle’s name originally signified simply ‘dark-coloured bird’ (Greek had the term melanáetos ‘black eagle’). Before the French word was introduced, the English term for ‘eagle’ was erne, which still survives dialectally.
- eagle (n.)
- mid-14c., from Old French egle, from Old Provençal aigla, from Latin aquila "black eagle," fem. of aquilus, often explained as "dark colored" (bird); see aquiline. The native term was erne. Golf score sense is by 1908 (according to old golf sources, because it "soars higher" than a birdie). As the name of a U.S. $10 coin minted from 1792 to 1933, established in the 1786 resolution for a new monetary system (but at first only the desperately needed small copper coins were minted). The figurative eagle-eyed is attested from c. 1600.
- 1. Three cannabis plants were found by eagle-eyed police officers.
- 2. Eagle Star offers a 10% discount to the over-55s.
- 3. She knew the exact location of The Eagle's headquarters.
- 4. The eagle is the animal most sacred to the Native Americans.
- 5. He did the work under the eagle eye of his teacher.
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