Definición de sylvan en inglés:

sylvan

Saltos de línea: syl¦van
Pronunciación: /ˈsɪlv(ə)n
 
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(also silvan)

adjetivo

chiefly • literary
  • 1Consisting of or associated with woods; wooded: a sylvan glade
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The Gree home has a lovely sylvan setting with a wood at the end of the garden.
    • Earth predominates because of the sylvan emphasis; woods are abundant.
    • It's hard to envision this urban blight blossoming into a sylvan glade, but that's Pueblo's $8.8 million plan.
  • 1.1Pleasantly rural or pastoral: vistas of sylvan charm
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    • Even though it was mainly scales or the repetitious construction of a melody Chuck might be working out, there was always something soothing about his silvery sylvan songs drifting from our home.
    • There are sometimes moments as the Professor lounges at ease by the billabong, the perfect picture of recumbent indolence, when his sylvan reveries are crushed by a sense of sudden and prophetic dread.
    • I remember having several tranquil sylvan strolls on the far side of the lake, opposite the boathouse, though I have heard sadly it is no longer a public right-of-way.

Origen

mid 16th century (as a noun denoting an inhabitant of the woods): from French sylvain or Latin Silvanus 'woodland deity', from silva 'a wood'.

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Pronunciación: mɪˈlɔːd
noun
used to address an English nobleman