- adj. 流浪的；流浪者的；浪荡的；漂泊的
- n. 流浪者；浪子；流氓；懒汉
- vi. 到处流浪
1. vac-, van- => vague => vagabond.
2. vague => vagabond.
3. gerundive suffix -bundus => -bond.
4. vague => vagary, vagrant.
来自拉丁语vagabundus,漫游，流浪，vag-, 漫游，词源同vagus, -bundus, 拉丁语动名词后缀，词源同be.
- vagabond:  A vagabond is etymologically a ‘wanderer’. The word comes via Old French vagabond from Latin vagābundus, which was derived from vagārī ‘wander’ (source also of English termagant, vagary , and vagrant ). And vagārī in turn was based on vagus ‘wandering, undecided’ (source also of English vague ).
=> termagant, vagary, vagrant, vague
- vagabond (adj.)
- early 15c. (earlier vacabond, c. 1400), from Old French vagabond, vacabond "wandering, unsteady" (14c.), from Late Latin vagabundus "wandering, strolling about," from Latin vagari "wander" (from vagus "wandering, undecided;" see vague) + gerundive suffix -bundus.
- vagabond (n.)
- c. 1400, earlier wagabund (in a criminal indictment from 1311); see vagabond (adj.). Despite the earliest use, in Middle English often merely "one who is without a settled home, a vagrant" but not necessarily in a bad sense. Notion of "idle, disreputable person" predominated from 17c.
- 1. You know my vagabond and restless habits.
来自英汉文学 - 双城记
- 2. Lily had no mind for the vagabond life of the poor relation.
- 3. Why , you poor foolish , ignorant vagabond, you've been cheated, that's what!
- 你这个缺心眼的湖涂蛋, 你受骗了, 就是这么回事.
- 4. You are nothing but a vagabond.
- 5. They are living a vagabond life.
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