1、sacc- => sach- => satch- + -el (diminutive).
来自法语 sachel,袋子，词源同 sack,袋子。插入字母 t,比较 bake,batch.引申词义肩带书包。
- satchel:  A satchel is etymologically a ‘small sack’ or bag. The word comes via Old French sachel from Latin saccellus, a diminutive form of saccus ‘bag’ (source of English sack). Its specific application to a ‘bag for carrying school books’ emerged in the mid 16th century, and is reflected by Shakespeare in Jaques’s ‘Seven ages of man’ speech in As You Like It 1600: ‘And then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel and shining morning face, creeping like snail unwillingly to school’.
=> sachet, sack
- satchel (n.)
- "small bag," mid-14c., from Old French sachel, from Late Latin saccellum "money bag, purse," diminutive of Latin sacculus, diminutive of saccus "bag" (see sack (n.1)).
- 1. The school boy opened the door and flung his satchel in.
- 2. He carried his books in his school satchel.
- 3. He carefully balanced the satchel so that its contents would not spill out onto the floor.
- 4. ' she opened her satchel and took out her father's gloves.
来自汉英文学 - 中国现代小说
- 5. To be sure, his hand satchel.
来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
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