Definitions for ericaˈɛr ɪ kə
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
er•i•caˈɛr ɪ kə(n.)(pl.)-cas.
any low-growing evergreen shrub belonging to the genus Erica, of the heath family, including several species of heather.
Origin of erica:
1820–30; < NL Erica, L < Gk ereíkē heath (plant), akin to OIr froech, Russ véres(k)
erica, true heath(noun)
any plant of the genus Erica
Any of many heathers, of the genus Erica, used as garden plants
Origin: Feminine form of Eric, ultimately from . The name has also been associated with the flower genus.
a genus of shrubby plants, including the heaths, many of them producing beautiful flowers
Erica, is a genus of approximately 860 species of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae. The English common names "heath" and "heather" are shared by some closely related genera of similar appearance. The genus Calluna was formerly included in Erica – it differs in having even smaller scale-leaves, and the flower corolla being more divided into separate petals. Erica is sometimes referred to as "winter heather" to distinguish it from Calluna.
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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a plant with small purple or white flowers growing eg in hilly parts of Britain.
- نبات الخَلَنْجArabic
- urzePortuguese (BR)
- das HeidekrautGerman
- फूलों वाली झाड़ीHindi
- nama tumbuhanIndonesian
- 각종 히스의 총칭Korean
- يو ډول بوټى چه هميشه شين وى او ګلابې رنګ ګلان لرىPashto
- iarbă neagră, buruianăRomanian
- süpürge otuTurkish
- 石楠Chinese (Trad.)
- برطانیہ کے پہاڑی علاقوں ارغوانی پھولوں والا پوداUrdu
- cây thạch thảoVietnamese
- 石楠属植物Chinese (Simp.)
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