- n. 鹭，苍鹭；深紫灰
- n. (Heron)人名；(英、瑞典)赫伦；(葡)埃龙
- heron: [OE] Heron may well have originated in imitation of the bird’s cry, for its source was probably Indo-European *qriq- (whence also Russian krichat’ ‘call out, shout’). From this was descended prehistoric Germanic *khaigaron (source of Swedish häger ‘heron’), which was borrowed into Old French as hairon. English took it over as heron or hern (the latter now a memory surviving in personal names and placenames, such as Earnshaw).
- heron (n.)
- c. 1300, from Old French hairon (12c.), earlier hairo (11c., Modern French héron), from Frankish *haigiro or some other Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *hraigran (cognates: Old High German heigaro "heron," German Reiher, Dutch reiger, Old Norse hegri), from PIE *qriq-, perhaps imitative of its cry (compare Old Church Slavonic kriku "cry, scream," Lithuanian kryksti "to shriek"). Old English cognate hraga did not survive into Middle English.
- 1. Heron is a private company and is not quoted on the Stock Market.
- 2. The heron flapped slowly off across the lake.
- 3. Heron also translated much of the Greek geometrical algebra into arithmetic and algebraic processes.
- 4. ELAINE HERON : When I came to Belfast I went to Lockerbie College.
- 伊莱恩·赫伦: 我来到贝尔法斯特时去了洛克比大学.
- 5. Heron heron by family friendship of many generations status close Xia Mujun.
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