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[word-lover] 【整理】2014-08-02 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is jardinière, spelled J-A-R-D-I-N-I-E-R-E. There's a grave accent rising to the left on the first "e" on jardinière.

Jardinière is a noun that means an ornamental stand for plants or flowers. It can also mean a large usually ceramic flowerpot holder, or a garnish for meat consisting of several cooked vegetables cut into pieces. Here is the word used by Ken Johnson in The New York Times.

"The show's most spectacular piece, displayed in the center of the exhibition space, is a jade-green stoneware jardiniere called 'Vase des Binelles' from 1903 by Hector Guimard."

The seeds of the word "jardiniere" were planted back in ancient Germanic languages whose words for "garden" eventually grew into the Old French word "jardin," a term that produced several offshoots, including the French word "jardinier," meaning "gardener," and its feminine form "jardinière" literally, "female gardener." It was that "jardinière" that blossomed into the French and later the English word for a large ornamental flowerpot or plant stand. By the way, the Germanic forerunners of the French terms are also distantly linked to another word important to English-speakers: "garden."

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[Homework]how to use a word 2014-08-02

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