- n. 大口水壶
- n. (Ewer)人名；(英)尤尔
1. aqua "water" => aqua- "water" => Old French: aiguiere => eawer => ewer.
2. aqua "water" => *agua => Old French: ewe "water" + -er => ewer.
3. ewer <=====> sewer.
- ewer (n.)
- "water pitcher with a wide spout," early 14c., from Anglo-French *ewiere, Old French eviere "water pitcher," parallel form of aiguiere (Modern French aiguière), from fem. of Latin aquarius "of or for water," as a noun, "water-carrier" (see aquarium).
- 1. The ewer is in very good condition with spout restored.
[ ewer 造句 ]