The meaning of the term Babysitter
1.古代宮廷或貴族之家負責撫養子女的女妾。后泛稱為人撫育、管領子女的婦女?！獨竇恰つ讜頡罰骸耙煳孀郵異豆?，擇於諸母與可者……使為子師，其次為慈母，其次為保母，皆居子室?！薄段難 っ凍?lt;七發>》：“今夫貴人之子，必宮居而閨處，內有保母，外有傅父，欲交無所?！?李周翰 注：“傅、保，謂傅訓保養者?！?晉 王獻之 《保母磚志》：“ 郎耶 王獻之 保母，姓 李 ，名 如意 ， 廣漢 人也?！?隋 賀德仁 《棲巖道場舍利塔碑》：“宜簡擇保姆之才，鞠養於清浄之室?！?清 蒲松齡 《聊齋志異·五通》：“妾一跬步，皆以保姆從之?！?br />
1. an ancient court or noble family responsible for raising children's concubines. Later, it is commonly known as a woman who nurture and controls children. In the book of rites, the inner rule is: "the children's chambers are in the palace. The second is a loving mother, the next is a babysitter. "Wenxuan Meizheng < Seven Fats >" said: "The son of a noble man today will live in a palace with a boudoir, a nanny inside, and a Fu Fu outside, wanting to have no place to make friends." Li Zhouhan notes: "Fu, Bao, called fu training maintenance." Jin Wang Xian's "Baomu Brick Zhi": "Langye Wang Xian's Baomu, surname Li, the name is satisfactory, Guanghan people." Sui He Deren's "Qi Yan Dao Chang Shelita Stele": "Yijian chooses babysitter's talent, Ju raises in the Qing Shu room." Qing Pu Song Ling's "five stories of strange tales from a studio studio": "a concubine is a step away from a babysitter."
2.現代稱受雇為人照管兒童或從事家務勞動的婦女。魯迅《朝花夕拾·阿長與<山海經>》：“長媽媽，已經說過，是一個一向帶領著我的女工，說得闊氣一點，就是我的保姆?！?端木蕻良 《蝴蝶夢》：“她想起從小就侍候她的保姆?！?br />
2. modern women are employed to take care of children or do housework. Lu Xun's A Chang and The Classic of Mountains and Seas: "Chang Mu, as I have said, is a woman worker who has always led me. To be more generous, she is my nanny." Duan Mu Liang Liang's "butterfly dream": "she remembered looking after her baby sitter from an early age."
3.指保育員。 徐特立 《法國小學狀況》：“因為小孩之父母，要進工廠去做工，所以工廠旁邊有幼稚園，保姆稍教以文章?！?丁玲 《給孩子們·幼稚園》：“這兩個都是幼稚園的保姆?！?br />
3. refers to the nurse. Xu Teli "French Primary School Situation": "Because the parents of children, to go into the factory to work, so there are kindergartens next to the factory, nannies to teach a little article." Ding Ling to the children, kindergarten: "these two are kindergarten nannies."