- n. （教堂的）中殿；（铁路车站等建筑的）中央广场；车轮的中心部
- n. (Nave)人名；(德、意、西、葡)纳韦；(英)内夫
- nave (n.1)
- "main part of a church," 1670s, from Medieval Latin navem (nominative navis) "nave of a church," from Latin navis "ship" (see naval), on some fancied resemblance in shape.
- nave (n.2)
- "hub of a wheel," Old English nafu, from Proto-Germanic *nabo- (cognates: Old Saxon naba, Old Norse nöf, Middle Dutch nave, Dutch naaf, Old High German naba, German Nabe), perhaps connected with the root of navel on notion of centrality (compare Latin umbilicus "navel," also "the end of a roller of a scroll," Greek omphalos "navel," also "the boss of a shield").
- 1. People gathered in the nave of the house.
- 2. Latin navis is feminine, for example, as is nave in Spanish and Italian.
- 例如, 拉丁语中navis是 阴性, 西班牙语和意大利语中nave也是阴性,但是法语词.
- 3. The family on the other side of the nave had a certain look about them, too.
- 在中殿另一边的那一家人, 也有着自己特有的相貌.
- 4. We nave opened a confirmed credit in your favour.
- 5. What nave you done with my pen?
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