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Definition of Blaeberry

Blaeberry
Blaeberry Bl[ae]"ber*ry, n. [Bl[ae] + berry; akin to Icel bl[=a]ber, Sw. bl?b["a]r, D. blaab[ae]r. Cf. Blueberry.] The bilberry. [North of Eng. & Scot.]

Meaning of Blaeberry from wikipedia

- with edible fruit of blue color, known by the common names bilberry, blaeberry, wimberry, and whortleberry. It is more precisely called common bilberry...
- The Blaeberry River is a tributary of the Columbia River in the Columbia Country of British Columbia, Canada, rising in the Canadian Rockies on the south...
- Blaeberry Falls is a waterfall on the lower Blaeberry River in the Columbia Country area of the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, Canada. It is more...
- than English often translate as "blueberry", e.g. Scots blaeberry and Norwegian blåbær. Blaeberry, blåbær and French myrtilles usually refer to the European...
- Vaccinium myrtillus) is also known by a number of other names including blaeberry /ˈbleɪbɛri/ in Scottish and Northern English regional dialects and the...
- Scottish Borders with main ingredients of potato, cabbage and onion Blaeberries—not identical to US blueberries, cf. Raspberries Slaes Strawberries Tayberries...
- "preas nan àirneag" Red bearberryArbutus uva ursi, "grainnseag" Blue Blaeberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) with alum or copperas Elderberry (Sambucus nigra)...
- Northwest. He first crossed over the Rocky Mountains and travelled along the Blaeberry River to the ****ure site of Golden. In 1881 the CPR hired surveyor A....
- family legends, the Gordon's used to make a drink based on whisky and blaeberry (Scottish Blueberry) together with other special ingredients, to sustain...
- Canada. The mountain is situated 40 km (25 mi) north of Golden in the Blaeberry Valley, 4 km (2.5 mi) southeast of Mount Mummery. The mountain was named...