n.迅速 [ Rapidity of action or motion.]
n.匆忙 [ unnecessarily quick action; thoughtless, rash]
ex. haste makes waste = 欲速則不達 (應該常在廁所看到吧 =_+)
adj.迅速的 [ Characterized by speed; rapid.]
adj.匆忙的 [Done or made too quickly to be accurate or wise; rash]
ex. jump to hasty conclusions.
v.迅速地做 or 匆忙地做 [to move or act with haste; proceed with haste]
ex. our minutes hasten to their end.
v.加速;催促 [To speed up; accelerate]
ex. Warm weather and showers hastened the growth of the plants.
n.孵 [the act of hatching.]
v.孵 [to cause young to emerge from (the egg) as by brooding or incubating.]
ex. Three eggs have already hatched out.
n.艙口 [ Nautical . Also called hatchway . an opening, usually rectangular, in the deck through which passengers can pass, cargo can be loaded or unloaded, etc.]
adj.高傲的;傲慢的 [having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy]
ex. some economists are haughty of their colleagues in other economical schools.
ex. being broad with the haughty breadth of the universe.
字源：haughty這個字，其字根可以追尋到拉丁字根的"alt-"，比方說altitude，前面多了個" h "是因為後來的日耳曼語加上來， 簡單的說haught就是"high"的意思
The little princess is naugthy and some haughty.
n.【法】傲慢 [haughty manner or spirit; arrogance.]
v.常出沒於(特別指鬼) [To inhabit, visit, or appear to in the form of a ghost or other supernatural being .]
ex. He feared the soul of his deceased wife would haunt him.
v經常去(某地) [To visit often; frequent]
v.縈繞在心頭(思想,回憶等) [To come to the mind of continually; obsess]
"A Haunting - Where Demons Dwell [Part 1]" Discovery拍的
n.港口 [a harbor or port.]
n.安息所, 避難所 [any place of shelter and safety; refuge; asylum.]
聯想： have + not --> haven 't 諸法皆空，就沒煩惱
字源： bef. 1050; ME; OE hæfen; c. D haven, G Hafen, ON hǫfn; akin to OE hæf, ON haf sea
haven n.港口、 避難所
n.大破壞,浩劫 [great destruction or devastation]
ex. the havoc of the hurricane.
v.大破壞 [to work havoc]
ps. 基本上 eagle與hawk都是同一family的，只是eagle比較大隻而已。
hazard (在p. 231有講過了)
n.機會(有風險的那種) [A chance of being injured or harmed; danger]
ex. Space travel is full of hazards.
ex. moral hazard
v.冒危險 [To expose to danger or harm.]
ex. Rock-clibmers sometimes hazard their lives.
字源：Middle English hasard , dice game ,
adj.有危險的 [full of risk; perilous; risky]
ex. It would be hazardous, but no more than waiting here for certain detection.
adj/adv. 輕率的 [Done with the head leading; headfirst]
ex. He rushed headlong into marriage.
1. 表示連接 ex.world-ling n.俗人,俗物
2. 表示"小"、"年輕"、"較下等" ex. duck-ling, under-ling
類似的有sidelong [side-long] adj.橫向的
headlong <> deliberate
adj.固執的;頑固的 [Determined to have one's own way; stubbornly and often recklessly willful.]
n.前進(這個字最早用於指船的前進) [Forward movement or the rate of forward movement, especially of a ship .]
ex. The ship could make no headway against the wind.
ex. She has made remarkable headway in her writing skills.
v.治癒 [to make healthy, whole, or sound; restore to health]
ex. A physician's sacred duty is to heal the sick.
還有印象我們在p.230講過的hale (adj.健壯的; 矍鑠的) 這個字的字源嗎
heal 與 hale 這兩個字都來自 古英文的 hal 這個字唷