- adj. 杂色的；似石南的
- n. 石南属植物
- n. (Heather)人名；(英)希瑟
- heather: see heath
- heather (n.)
- early 14c., hathir, from Old English *hæddre, Scottish or northern England dialect name for Calluna vulgaris, probably altered by heath, but real connection to that word is unlikely [Liberman, OED]. Perhaps originally Celtic. As a fem. proper name little used in U.S. before 1935, but a top-15 name for girls born there 1971-1989.
- 1. Heather went to the kitchen to get drinks for us.
- 2. The old road had disappeared under grass and heather.
- 3. A bird skimmed low over the heather.
- 4. It's a hard thing to skulk and starve in the heather.
- 5. He lay in the heather.
[ heather 造句 ]