- adj. 健全的；理智的；[临床] 神志正常的
- n. (Sane)人名；(日)实(姓)；(日)实(名)；(芬、塞、冈、几比、塞内)萨内
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来自拉丁语 sanus,健康的，健全的，来自 PIE*swen,健康的，无损伤的，词源同 sound,健全 的，明智的，身心健康的。
- sane:  Latin sānus, a word of uncertain origin, meant ‘healthy’ – a connotation perpetuated in its derivative sanatorium ‘sickroom’ . Its use with reference to mental rather than physical health (as in the Latin tag mēns sāna in corpore sāno ‘a healthy mind in a healthy body’) led to its adoption in English for ‘of sound mind, not mad’.
=> sanatorium, sanitary
- sane (adj.)
- 1721, back-formation from sanity or else from Latin sanus "sound, healthy," in figurative or transferred use, "of sound mind, rational, sane," also, of style, "correct;" of uncertain origin. Used earlier, of the body, with the sense of "healthy" (1620s). Related: Sanely.
- 1. Did he come across as a sane rational person?
- 2. I alone was sane, I thought, in a world of crazy people.
- 3. In spite of the extremity of her seclusion she was sane.
- 4. He seemed perfectly sane.
- 5. I need you sane and sober.
[ sane 造句 ]