英 ['plæntɪn; -teɪn]
- plantain: Two entirely unrelated plants have the name plantain. Both get it from their broad leaves. One, an insignificant-looking weed , comes via Old French plantain from Latin plantāgō, a derivative of planta ‘sole of the foot’ (source of English plantigrade and possibly plant). The other, a tropical plant of the banana family , was originally named by the Spaniards plántano ‘plane tree’, a descendant of the same Latin source as produced English plane (which etymologically means ‘broad-leaved’). This was adopted by English and quickly altered to the more familiar plantain.
=> plan, plant; plane
- plantain (n.1)
- "banana," 1550s, plantan, from Spanish plátano, plántano, probably from Carib palatana "banana" (Arawak pratane), and altered by association with Spanish plátano "plane tree," from Medieval Latin plantanus "plane tree," itself altered (by association with Latin planta "plant") from Latin platanus (see plane (n.4)). So called from the shape of its leaves. There is no similarity or relation between this plant and plantain (n.2).
- plantain (n.2)
- "weed of the genus Plantago," mid-13c., from Anglo-French plaunteyne, Old French plantain, from Latin plantaginem (nominative plantago), the common weed, from planta "sole of the foot" (see plant (n.)); so called from its flat leaves.
- 1. Instead she Blew Monkey right out of sight with a single wave of her plantain fan.
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- 2. I did not know a plantain patch from a kangaroo!
- 3. Conclusion Compound plantain ointment has certain treatment function to bedsore.
- 4. Objective To study the effect of compound plantain ointment in curing bedsore.
- 5. Plantain contains a chemical ( called allantoin ) that is anti - inflammatory and antimicrobial.
- 车前草含有一种叫做尿囊 素 的化学物质,是消炎抗菌的.
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