- n. 乡村青年；情郎；求爱者
- n. (Swain)人名；(英)斯温
来自古诺斯语 sveinn,仆人，侍者，男孩，来自 Proto-Germanic*swainaz,仆人，侍者，来自 PIE*swe,自己的，自身的，词源同 self.后引申词义情郎，爱人。
- swain (n.)
- mid-12c., "young man attendant upon a knight," from Old Norse sveinn "boy, servant, attendant," from Proto-Germanic *swainaz "attendant, servant," properly "one's own (man)," from PIE *swoi-no-, from root *s(w)e- "oneself, alone, apart" (see idiom). Cognate with Old English swan "shepherd, swineherd," Old Saxon swen, Old High German swein. Meaning "country or farm laborer" is from 1570s; that of "lover, wooer" (in pastoral poetry) is from 1580s.
- 1. Swain quit, but he later made a comeback , Star.
- Swain退出了, 不过最近又复出了.
- 2. The earliest account of Swain's existence comes from a Noxian infirmary doctor's notes.
- 3. Compared to other poisonous weeds , swain - sonine is the toxic constituent of Astragalus variabilis Bunge.
- 4. When Demacia escalated its presence in the League, Swain was immediately returned to active duty.
- 当德玛西亚在誓盟的影响力扩大的时候, 斯温立即就被划回了现役.
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