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sun    音標拼音: [s'ʌn]
n. 太陽,日,日光,陽光
vt. 曬
vi. 曬太陽


n 1: the star that is the source of light and heat for the
planets in the solar system; "the sun contains 99.85% of
the mass in the solar system"; "the Earth revolves around
the Sun" [synonym: {sun}, {Sun}]
2: the rays of the sun; "the shingles were weathered by the sun
and wind" [synonym: {sunlight}, {sunshine}, {sun}]
3: a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory
4: any star around which a planetary system revolves
5: first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship
by most Christians [synonym: {Sunday}, {Lord's Day}, {Dominicus},
v 1: expose one's body to the sun [synonym: {sun}, {sunbathe}]
2: expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the
sun; "insolated paper may turn yellow and crumble"; "These
herbs suffer when sunned" [synonym: {sun}, {insolate},
{solarize}, {solarise}]

Sun \Sun\, n. (Bot.)
See {Sunn}.
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Sun \Sun\, n. [OE. sunne, sonne, AS. sunne; akin to OFries.
sunne, D. zon, OS. & OHG. sunna, G. sonne, Icel. sunna, Goth.
sunna; perh. fr. same root as L. sol. [root]297. Cf. {Solar},
1. The luminous orb, the light of which constitutes day, and
its absence night; the central body round which the earth
and planets revolve, by which they are held in their
orbits, and from which they receive light and heat. Its
mean distance from the earth is about 92,500,000 miles,
and its diameter about 860,000.
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Note: Its mean apparent diameter as seen from the earth is
32' 4[sec], and it revolves on its own axis once in
251/3 days. Its mean density is about one fourth of
that of the earth, or 1.41, that of water being unity.
Its luminous surface is called the photosphere, above
which is an envelope consisting partly of hydrogen,
called the chromosphere, which can be seen only through
the spectroscope, or at the time of a total solar
eclipse. Above the chromosphere, and sometimes
extending out millions of miles, are luminous rays or
streams of light which are visible only at the time of
a total eclipse, forming the solar corona.
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2. Any heavenly body which forms the center of a system of
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3. The direct light or warmth of the sun; sunshine.
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Lambs that did frisk in the sun. --Shak.
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4. That which resembles the sun, as in splendor or
importance; any source of light, warmth, or animation.
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For the Lord God is a sun and shield. --Ps. lxxiv.
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I will never consent to put out the sun of
sovereignity to posterity. --Eikon
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{Sun and planet wheels} (Mach.), an ingenious contrivance for
converting reciprocating motion, as that of the working
beam of a steam engine, into rotatory motion. It consists
of a toothed wheel (called the sun wheel), firmly secured
to the shaft it is desired to drive, and another wheel
(called the planet wheel) secured to the end of a
connecting rod. By the motion of the connecting rod, the
planet wheel is made to circulate round the central wheel
on the shaft, communicating to this latter a velocity of
revolution the double of its own. --G. Francis.

{Sun angel} (Zool.), a South American humming bird of the
genus {Heliangelos}, noted for its beautiful colors and
the brilliant luster of the feathers of its throat.

{Sun animalcute}. (Zool.) See {Heliozoa}.

{Sun bath} (Med.), exposure of a patient to the sun's rays;

{Sun bear} (Zool.), a species of bear ({Helarctos Malayanus})
native of Southern Asia and Borneo. It has a small head
and short neck, and fine short glossy fur, mostly black,
but brownish on the nose. It is easily tamed. Called also
{bruang}, and {Malayan bear}.

{Sun beetle} (Zool.), any small lustrous beetle of the genus

{Sun bittern} (Zool.), a singular South American bird
({Eurypyga helias}), in some respects related both to the
rails and herons. It is beautifully variegated with white,
brown, and black. Called also {sunbird}, and {tiger

{Sun fever} (Med.), the condition of fever produced by sun

{Sun gem} (Zool.), a Brazilian humming bird ({Heliactin
cornutus}). Its head is ornamented by two tufts of bright
colored feathers, fiery crimson at the base and greenish
yellow at the tip. Called also {Horned hummer}.

{Sun grebe} (Zool.), the finfoot.

{Sun picture}, a picture taken by the agency of the sun's
rays; a photograph.

{Sun spots} (Astron.), dark spots that appear on the sun's
disk, consisting commonly of a black central portion with
a surrounding border of lighter shade, and usually seen
only by the telescope, but sometimes by the naked eye.
They are very changeable in their figure and dimensions,
and vary in size from mere apparent points to spaces of
50,000 miles in diameter. The term sun spots is often used
to include bright spaces (called faculae) as well as dark
spaces (called maculae). Called also {solar spots}. See
Illustration in Appendix.

{Sun star} (Zool.), any one of several species of starfishes
belonging to {Solaster}, {Crossaster}, and allied genera,
having numerous rays.

{Sun trout} (Zool.), the squeteague.

{Sun wheel}. (Mach.) See {Sun and planet wheels}, above.

{Under the sun}, in the world; on earth. "There is no new
thing under the sun." --Eccl. i. 9.
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Note: Sun is often used in the formation of compound
adjectives of obvious meaning; as, sun-bright,
sun-dried, sun-gilt, sunlike, sun-lit, sun-scorched,
and the like.
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Sun \Sun\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sunned}; p. pr. & vb. n.
To expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the sun; as,
to sun cloth; to sun grain.
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Then to sun thyself in open air. --Dryden.
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Sunn \Sunn\, n. [Hind. san, fr. Skr. [,c]ana.] (Bot.)
An East Indian leguminous plant ({Crotalaria juncea}) and its
fiber, which is also called {sunn hemp}. [Written also
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128 Moby Thesaurus words for "sun":
Amen-Ra, Apollo, Helios, Hyperion, Phoebus, Phoebus Apollo, Ra,
Savitar, Shamash, Sol, Surya, Titan, abundant year, academic year,
air-dry, anhydrate, annum, bake, bask, bissextile year, blot,
brush, burn, calendar month, calendar year, candle, celestial body,
century, chromosphere, common year, corona, cure, day, daylight,
daystar, decade, decennary, decennium, defective year, dehumidify,
dehydrate, desiccate, drain, dry, electric light bulb, evaporate,
exsiccate, fire, fiscal year, flame, fortnight, glim, hour,
illuminant, illuminator, incandescent body, insolate, kiln, lamp,
lantern, leap year, light, light bulb, light source, luminant,
luminary, lunar month, lunar year, lunation, luster, lustrum,
man-hour, match, microsecond, millennium, millisecond, minute,
moment, month, moon, mummify, orb, orb of day, parch, phoebus,
photosphere, quarter, quinquennium, radiance, radiation,
regular year, rub, scorch, sear, second, semester, session,
shrivel, sidereal year, smoke, soak up, solar flare,
solar prominence, solar wind, solar year, source of light, sponge,
star, stars, sun-dry, sunbathe, sunlight, sunshine, swab, taper,
term, torch, torrefy, towel, trimester, twelvemonth, weazen, week,
weekday, wipe, wither, wizen, year

{Sun Microsystems}

Sun: n. Sun Microsystems. Hackers remember that the name was originally an
acronym, Stanford University Network. Sun started out around 1980 with
some hardware hackers (mainly) from Stanford talking to some software
hackers (mainly) from UC Berkeley; Sun's original technology concept
married a clever board design based on the Motorola 68000 to
BSD Unix. Sun went on to lead the workstation
industry through the 1980s, and for years afterwards remained an
engineering-driven company and a good place for hackers to work. Though
Sun drifted away from its techie origins after 1990 and has since made some
strategic moves that disappointed and annoyed many hackers (especially by
maintaining proprietary control of Java and rejecting Linux), it's still
considered within the family in much the same way
DEC was in the 1970s and early 1980s.

(Heb. shemesh), first mentioned along with the moon as the two
great luminaries of heaven (Gen. 1:14-18). By their motions and
influence they were intended to mark and divide times and
seasons. The worship of the sun was one of the oldest forms of
false religion (Job 31:26,27), and was common among the
Egyptians and Chaldeans and other pagan nations. The Jews were
warned against this form of idolatry (Deut. 4:19; 17:3; comp. 2
Kings 23:11; Jer. 19:13).

Sun, LA -- U.S. village in Louisiana
Population (2000): 471
Housing Units (2000): 217
Land area (2000): 4.319367 sq. miles (11.187108 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.143069 sq. miles (0.370547 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 4.462436 sq. miles (11.557655 sq. km)
FIPS code: 73955
Located within: Louisiana (LA), FIPS 22
Location: 30.650085 N, 89.900148 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Sun, LA



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