- n. 林间空地；沼泽地
- n. (Glade)人名；(法、德)格拉德；(英)格莱德
来自PIE*ghel, 照耀，发光，词源同glass, gold. 用来指林中空地，密林中明亮光线之地。
- glade (n.)
- "clear, open space in a woods," late 14c., of uncertain origin, perhaps from Middle English glode (c. 1300), from Old Norse glaðr "bright" (see glad). If so, the original meaning could be "bright (because open) space in a wood" (compare French clairière "glade," from clair "clear, bright;" German Lichtung "clearing, glade," from Licht "light"). American English sense of "tract of low, marshy grassland" (as in Everglades) recorded by 1789, perhaps 1724 in place names (in Maryland).
- 1. In the midst of a glade were several huts.
- 2. I feel deep sorry and glade for all of them.
- 3. The traveler sit on a glade in the forest.
- 4. And live alone in the bee - loud glade.
- 5. The tourists are sitting on a sylvan glade.
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