- vt. 与…的妻子通奸使其丈夫戴绿帽子
- n. 有不贞妻子的男人
- cuckold:  Cuckold is a derivative of cuckoo, the cuckoo’s invasion of other birds’ nests perhaps being viewed as analogous to the stealing of a wife’s affections by another man. It is not an original English coinage, but was borrowed from an unrecorded Anglo-Norman *cucuald, a variant of Old French cucuault, which in turn was formed from cucu ‘cuckoo’ and the pejorative suffix -ault.
- cuckold (n.)
- mid-13c., kukewald, from Old French cucuault, from cocu (see cuckoo) + pejorative suffix -ault, of Germanic origin. So called from the female bird's alleged habit of changing mates, or her authentic habit of leaving eggs in another bird's nest.
In Modern French the identity is more obvious: Coucou for the bird and cocu for the betrayed husband. German Hahnrei (13c.), from Low German, is of obscure origin. The second element seems to be connected to words for "ardent," and suggests perhaps "sexually aggressive hen," with transferal to humans, but Kluge suggests rather a connection to words for "capon" and "castrated." Related: Cuckoldry.
- cuckold (v.)
- 1580s, from cuckold (n.). Related: Cuckolded; cuckolding.
- 1. Arthur himself has been portrayed as a weak cuckold.
- 2. Ah Fu laughed scornfully and said, " Who made me a cuckold?
- 阿福冷笑道: “ 王八是谁挑我做的?
来自汉英文学 - 围城
- 3. 'stinking bitches, fetch that cuckold to play for us.
- “ 臭货, 喊龟子出来,跟老子拉琴,赏一千!
来自汉英文学 - 中国现代小说
- 4. " He'd be a cuckold, eating left - overs. "
- “ 当王八的吃俩炒肉 ”!
来自汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
- 5. He is not aware that he has been made a cuckold.
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