heath

英 [hiːθ] 美 [hiθ]
  • n. 石南,石南植物;荒野
  • adj. 杜鹃花科木本植物的
  • n. (Heath)人名;(柬)夏;(芬)海亚特;(英)希思
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1. 生于石间向阳之处,故名石南。
2. heathen => heath.
3. 因石南生长在荒野、荒地而得名。
heath 荒地,荒野

来自PIE*kaito,森林,荒地。其原义可能为牛,词源同bovine,cow,即牛在野外吃草的地方。

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heath: [OE] Heath goes back to Indo-European *kait-, denoting ‘open, unploughed country’. Its Germanic descendant *khaithiz produced German and Dutch heide and English heath. One of the commonest plants of such habitats is the heather, and this was accordingly named in prehistoric Germanic *khaithjō, a derivative of the same base as produced *khaithiz, which in modern English has become heath ‘plant of the heather family’. (The word heather [14] itself, incidentally, does not appear to be related. It comes from a Scottish or Northern Middle English hadder or hathir, and its modern English form is due to association with heath.)
heath (n.)
Old English hæð "untilled land, tract of wasteland," especially flat, shrubby, desolate land;" earlier "heather, plants and shrubs found on heaths," influenced by cognate Old Norse heiðr "heath, moor," both from Proto-Germanic *haithiz (cognates: Old Saxon hetha, Old High German heida "heather," Dutch heide "heath," Gothic haiþi "field"), from PIE *kaito "forest, uncultivated land" (cognates: Old Irish ciad, Welsh coed, Breton coet "wood, forest").
1. He decided to cut across the Heath, through Greenwich Park.
他决定抄近路走格林尼治公园穿过希思区。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Heath's appeal against the sentence was later successful.
希思对判决不服提出上诉,后来胜诉了。

来自柯林斯例句

3. a Heath Robinson contraption
复杂而不实用的装置

来自《权威词典》

4. Few kinds of plants grow in the heath.
少有植物可在荒地上生长.

来自《简明英汉词典》

5. In this paper, by using Heath - H ( ? ) del - mappings we give a characterizationof C - Semi - stratifiable spacs, C - Nagata spaces, KC - semi - stratifiable spacesand K - semi - stratifiable spaces.
本文用Heath -H? del 映象给出C - 半 分层空间, C-Nagata空间, KC - 半分层空间和K - 半分层空间的一种刻划.

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