Translation of whortleberry in Spanish:

whortleberry

arándano, n.

Pronunciation /wəːt(ə)lˌˈbɛri//ˈ(h)wərdlˌbɛri//ˈwəːt(ə)lˌb(ə)ri/

noun

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    arándano masculine
    • On overcast afternoons, all alone in the drizzle, my mother, carrying a basket (stained blue on the inside by somebody's whortleberries), would set out on a long collecting tour.
    • The most popular plant worn as a clan emblem was the red whortleberry.
    • Vaccinium myrtillus is a member of the Ericaceae family, and is also known as European blueberry, huckleberry, whortleberry, or blueberry.
    • Clustered among the turning leaves were bilberries, cranberries, bog whortleberries, cloudberries and a dozen others, edible and poisonous.
    • Think of David Bellamy, a man only complete when rummaging among beetles and whortleberries, and who encases his head in a tangled, bushy forest.