Mannequin, it-poaⁿ kóng ké-lâng, chú-iàu sī chí ēng lâi chhēng saⁿ chò kiàn-pún ê tōa sian lâng-hêng ang-á.

Mannequin

Khí-goânSiu-kái

Mannequin sī tùi chē khoán mi̍h-kiāⁿ hoat-tián chhut--lâi-ê, pau-koat Au-chiu 15 sè-kí ê sî tio̍h ū ēng sè-sian ang-á teh chò ho̍k-chong kiàn-pún. Lēng-gōa ia̍h ū gē-su̍t-ka ēng lâi ōe-tô͘ chham-khó ê chi̍t khoán koan-chiat ē-tàng oa̍h-tāng ê ang-á lay figure; kî-tha koh ū chhiūⁿ kái-phò-ha̍k ēng ê bô͘-hêng ia̍h sī chhâi-hông-su ēng ê ké-lâng téng khoán.

Le̍k-súSiu-kái

18 sè-kí tiong āu kî Se-iûⁿ kok-ka tio̍h ū tîn-á pian ê mannequin ang-â. Kàu 1835 nî, Pa-lí ū ngó͘-kim-siong seng-sán kim-sio̍k bāng-á chò ê lâng-hêng bô͘-hêng, kàu 19 sè-kí tiong-kî, Hoat-kok chhut-hiān siāng chá ê sî-sek choan-ēng mannequin.

Chham-khóSiu-kái

  • Jane Audas (2004). "mannequins". Chū Valerie Steele. Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion. Charles Scribner's Sons. ISBN 0-684-31394-4. 

Siong-koanSiu-kái