noun (plural blaeberries)
Scottish and northern English term for bilberry.
More example sentences
- With a diet of heather shoots, wild blaeberries and insects, these small but meaty birds are packed with flavour and are fat-free.
- The grass thinned and was replaced by mosses and blaeberries.
- Other names in use in Britain are whinberry, because the plant grows among whins; and blaeberry, ‘blae’ being a north country and Scots word for blue.