目前為止我查過的網址,對 cum fee 解釋是只是爲了押韻而已
其中我有找到一篇對 "fiddle" 的個人解釋, 只是其中一個例子而已(and i am assuming its ok for me to type in english, cuz i type faster in it) it says that fiddle is not actually "a violin" as most ppl have commonly thought , the writer reckons this nursery rhyme was
actually originally from Egyptian mythology,so the fiddle here actually refers to an Egyptian instrument .However the writer later on also adds the explanation to why "fiddle" is accepted as violin.
Theories on the origin of "Hey Diddle Diddle" claim that this nursery rhyme is more than just a sequence of rhyming, not particularly meaningful, words"
But, after reading that poem and some skim reading of its related articles, i have my own opinion about the possible meaning of
"cum fee". If fiddle is the any type of the musical instrument mentioned above, i would say "cum fee" is just an indication of
the instrument song. Thats how i read it, but again its jus my own idea, so yeah =]
btw, i would be interested to know if this happens to be ur homework
or anything, cuz then u might be able to find out some possible truth
about "cum fee" meaning maybe from ur English teacher or something =D
2009-03-28 12:03:08 補充：
Need to make one correction here, when i said "the instrument song",
I meant to say the noise which sounds like that being played by the particular instrument =P It's quite interesting afterall to find out all the different interpretations of this poem.
2009-03-31 23:59:31 補充：
''summa cum laude'' from which context u talking about?
If its not about the nursery rhyme again, then it means in "latin":
"its an honor for the highest rank for a degree or diploma"
2009-04-01 20:10:28 補充：
np at all, anytime =]
參考資料： living in an eng environment+ trivial searching interest, ahhhh....the mouse has married the bumblebee xD, =]