简明英汉词典

bigot
[5bi^Et]
n.
盲目信仰者, 顽固者

美国传统词典[双解]

bigot
big.ot
AHD:[b1g“…t]
D.J.[6big*t]
K.K.[6b!g*t]
n.(名词)
One who is strongly partial to one's own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.
抱偏见的人:对自己的团体、宗教、种族或政治极为偏袒并对在这些方面持不同见解者无法忍受的人

语源

(1)

French
法语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

注释
A bigot may have more in common with God than one might think. Legend has it that Rollo, the first duke of Normandy, refused to kiss the foot of the French king Charles III, uttering the phrase bi got, his borrowing of the assumed Old English equivalent of our expression by God. Although this story is almost certainly apocryphal, it is true that bigot was used by the French as a term of abuse for the Normans, but not in a religious sense. Later, however, the word, or very possibly a homonym, was used abusively in French for the Beguines, members of a Roman Catholic lay sisterhood. From the 15th century on Old Frenchbigot meant “an excessively devoted or hypocritical person.” Bigot is first recorded in English in 1598 with the sense “a superstitious hypocrite.”
一个偏执的人往往比人们想象的更接近上帝。传说第一位诺曼底公爵罗洛拒绝亲吻法国皇帝查理三世的脚时,说了bi got 这个词, 他是借用了假设的古英语里的词。其相当于我们今天的by God (老天作证)这一用法。 尽管这个故事肯定不足为信,但bigot 一词是确实是法国人对诺曼底人的蔑称, 然而无宗教色彩。后来,这个词,很可能是同音异义词,在法语中用来蔑指女修道者──罗马天主教姐妹会成员。从15世纪起,在古法语中,bigot 一词意为“过分虔诚或伪善的人”。 Bigot 首次以英语记载是在1598年,其意为“迷信的伪君子。”

现代英汉词典

bigot
[5bI^Et]
n.
执拗的人;固执己见的人

现代英汉综合大辞典

bigot
[5bi^Et]
n.

(1)

顽固的人, 偏执的人

(2)

盲从一种主义或教条的人

(3)

心地狭隘的人

继承用法

bigoted
adj.

美国传统词典

bigot
big.ot
AHD:[b1g“…t]
D.J.[6big*t]
K.K.[6b!g*t]
n.
One who is strongly partial to one's own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.

语源

(1)

French

(2)

from Old French

注释
A bigot may have more in common with God than one might think. Legend has it that Rollo, the first duke of Normandy, refused to kiss the foot of the French king Charles III, uttering the phrase bi got, his borrowing of the assumed Old English equivalent of our expression by God. Although this story is almost certainly apocryphal, it is true that bigot was used by the French as a term of abuse for the Normans, but not in a religious sense. Later, however, the word, or very possibly a homonym, was used abusively in French for the Beguines, members of a Roman Catholic lay sisterhood. From the 15th century on Old Frenchbigot meant “an excessively devoted or hypocritical person.” Bigot is first recorded in English in 1598 with the sense “a superstitious hypocrite.”

英汉化学大词典

bigot
n.执拗的人,顽固分子,抱偏见的人

英汉计算机大词典

bigot
n.执拗的人(顽固分子,抱偏见的人)

英汉能源大词典

bigot
n.执拗的人,顽固分子,抱偏见的人

英汉心理学大词典

bigot
抱偏见的人

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