normal (adj.)

16世纪 ,"典型的,常见的;"16世纪40年代,在几何学中,"站在直角,垂直,"来自晚期拉丁文 normalis "符合规则,正常的,"在古典拉丁文中,"按照木匠的方块做的,"来自 norma "规则,模式,"字面意思是"木匠的方块,"这个词来源不明(见 norm )。意思是"符合共同的标准或既定的秩序或惯例,正规的,通常的"从1828年开始被证明,但可能比记录的时间要早[Barnhart]。

意为"异性",到1914年。作为名词,意为"通常的状态或状况",从1890年开始(在几何学中作为"一条垂直线"从1727年开始)。"正常的人或事物"的意义,到1894年得到证明。 Normal school "教师培训学院"(1835年)是法语 école normale (1794年)的译音,是法兰西共和国的创举;概念是"为树立标准服务"。美国城市 Normal ,伊利诺伊州,1857年因在那里建立的普通学校而得名。

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Definitions of normal from WordNet
normal (adj.)
conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal;
normal diplomatic relations
normal working hours
serve wine at normal room temperature
the normal course of events
normal word order
normal curiosity
normal (adj.)
in accordance with scientific laws;
normal (adj.)
being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development;
of normal intelligence
a perfectly normal child
the most normal person I've ever met
normal (adj.)
forming a right angle;
normal (n.)
something regarded as a normative example;
Synonyms: convention / pattern / rule / formula