Meaning of ERICA in English

ˈerə̇kə; ə̇ˈrīkə, ə̇ˈrēkə noun

Etymology: New Latin, from Latin erice heather, from Greek ereikē — more at brier

1. capitalized : a large genus (the type of the family Ericaceae) of low much-branched evergreen shrubs comprising the true heaths and having whorled scalelike or needlelike leaves and sepals shorter than the petals

2. -s : any plant of the genus Erica

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