- 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
2. heathen => heath.
- 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  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.
- 2. Heath's appeal against the sentence was later successful.
- 3. a Heath Robinson contraption
- 4. Few kinds of plants grow in the heath.
- 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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