gigolo

英 ['(d)ʒɪgələʊ]
  • n. 舞男;小白脸;靠妓女生活的男人
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gigolo 面首,男伴

来自gig, 旋转,跳舞。-o, 表阳性。其对应阴性词gigole, 舞女。

gigolo (n.)
"professional male escort or dancing partner, young man supported financially by an older woman in exchange for his attentions," 1922, from French gigolo, formed as a masc. of gigole "tall, thin woman; dancing girl; prostitute," perhaps from verb gigoter "to move the shanks, hop," from gigue "shank" (12c.), also "fiddle," Old French giga from Frankish *giga- or some other Germanic word (compare German Geige "fiddle"). This is perhaps the same word that was borrowed earlier as Middle English giglot (early 14c.) "lewd, wanton girl," which was later applied to males (mid-15c.) with the sense "villainous man." It is perhaps related to a number of words in Germanic meaning "dance, gambol," and "fiddle," perhaps connected by the notion of "rapid, whirling motion" (see gig (n.1)). Middle English gigletry meant "lasciviousness, harlotry" (late 14c.).
Naturally, no decent French girl would have been allowed for a single moment to dance with a gigolo. But America, touring Europe like mad after years of enforced absence, outnumbered all other nations atravel ten to one. [Edna Ferber, "Gigolo," 1922]
1. Do you prefer to be called " escort " or '' gigolo ''?
你愿意被称为''护花 使者 ''还是''舞男''?

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2. That dragon lady have three gigolo under her husband's nose.
那位女强人当著丈夫的面,公开有三位小白脸.

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3. The woman of return to the gigolo borns a son a woman.
织女还给牛郎生了一儿一女.

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4. Gigolo even not come, Milky Way still flicker.
牛郎即使不来, 银河依旧闪烁.

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5. The handsome guy beside the noble lady turned out to be her gigolo.
在这个贵妇人身边的那个俊俏小伙子原来是个面首.

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