Huckleberry

Huckleberry is a name used in North America for several plants in the family Ericaceae, in two closely related genera: Vaccinium and Gaylussacia. The huckleberry is the state fruit of Idaho. ==Nomenclature== The name `huckleberry` is a North American variation of the English dialectal name, variously called `hurtleberry` or `whortleberry` fo...
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Huckleberry

• (n.) The edible black or dark blue fruit of several species of the American genus Gaylussacia, shrubs nearly related to the blueberries (Vaccinium), and formerly confused with them. The commonest huckelberry comes from G. resinosa. • (n.) The shrub that bears the berries. Called also whortleberry.
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huckleberry

<botany> The edible black or dark blue fruit of several species of the American genus Gaylussacia, shrubs nearly related to the blueberries (Vaccinium), and formerly confused with them. The commonest huckelberry comes from G. Resinosa. ... The shrub that bears the berries. ... Synonym: whortleberry. Squaw huckleberry. See Deeberry. ... Origin...
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huckleberry

noun blue-black berry similar to blueberries and bilberries of the eastern United States
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Huckleberry

Huc'kle·ber`ry noun [ Confer Whortleberry .] (Botany) (a) The edible black or dark blue fruit of several species of the American genus Gaylussacia , shrubs nearly related to the blueberries ( Vaccinium ), and formerly confused with them. The commonest huckelberry com...
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Huckleberry

A small, magenta-colored berry harvested from down growing shrubs that are normally found in Great Britain and Northern Europe as well. It is most frequently used for jams, syrups, desserts, muffins, salad dressings, and also herbal teas, in which it could also be labeled or referred to as the whortleberry. Sometimes confused with or referred to as...
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Huckleberry

A small, magenta-colored berry harvested from down growing shrubs that are normally found in Great Britain and Northern Europe as well. It is most frequently used for jams, syrups, desserts, muffins, salad dressings, and also herbal teas, in which it could also be labeled or referred to as the whortleberry. Sometimes confused with or referred to as...
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huckleberry

Berry-bearing bush closely related to the blueberry in the USA and bilberry in Britain. Huckleberry bushes have edible dark-blue berries. (Genus Gaylussacia, family Ericaceae.)
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huckleberry

huckleberry, any plant of the genus Gaylussacia, shrubs of the family Ericaceae (heath family), native to North and South America. The box huckleberry (G. brachycera) of E North America is evergreen and is often cultivated. The common huckleberry (G. baccata), called black or high-bush huckleberry, ...
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huckleberry

small, fruit-bearing, branching shrub of the genus Gaylussacia (family Ericaceae), resembling in habit the English bilberry (Vaccinium), to which it ...
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huckleberry

[n] - any of various dark-fruited as distinguished from blue-fruited blueberries 2. [n] - any of several shrubs of the genus Gaylussacia bearing small berries resembling blueberries 3. [n] - blue-black berry similar to blueberries and bilberries of the eastern United States
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