- n. 荷兰芹，欧芹
- n. (Parsley)人名；(英)帕斯利
1. Parsley 作为专有名词指人名，音译为“帕斯利”，作为普通名词意思是“欧芹”，其实就跟咱们说的芫荽、香菜差不多。我们可以联想为：帕斯利这家伙喜欢吃欧芹、芫荽、香菜。
3. Scarborough Fair（斯卡布罗集市）的歌词中含有该单词。
- parsley:  The ultimate source of parsley is Greek petrōselínon, a compound formed from pétrā ‘rock’ (source of English petrify, petrol, etc) and sélīnon ‘parsley’ (source of English celery). From it was descended Latin petroselīnum, which in post-classical times became petrosilium. This passed into English in two distinct phases: first, direct from Latin in the Old English period as petersilie, and secondly, in the 13th century via Old French peresil as percil. By the 14th century these had started to merge together into percely, later parsley.
=> celery, petrol
- parsley (n.)
- 14c. merger of Old English petersilie and Old French peresil (13c., Modern French persil), both from Medieval Latin petrosilium, from Latin petroselinum, from Greek petroselinon "rock-parsley," from petros "rock, stone" + selinon "celery" (see celery).
- 1. Remove from the heat, add the parsley, toss and serve at once.
- 2. Parsley is probably the most commonly used of all herbs.
- 3. Stir the parsley into the potatoes and serve at room temperature.
- 4. Nutmeg, parsley and cider all complement the flavour of these beans well.
- 5. fish with parsley sauce
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