[ahy-der] /ˈaɪ dər/
any of several sea ducks of the genus Somateria, esp S. mollissima, and related genera, which occur in the N hemisphere. The male has black and white plumage, and the female is the source of eiderdown
1743, from German Eider or Dutch eider, both from Old Norse æþar, genitive of æþr “duck,” from a North Germanic root.
[ahy-der-doun] /ˈaɪ dərˌdaʊn/ noun 1. , or soft feathers, from the breast of the female . 2. a heavy quilt or comforter, especially one filled with eiderdown. 3. a warm, lightweight knitted or woven fabric of wool, cotton, or man-made fibers, napped on one or both sides, used for sleepwear, infants’ clothing, etc. /ˈaɪdəˌdaʊn/ noun […]
noun 1. any of several large sea ducks of the genus Soamateria and allied genera of the Northern Hemisphere, the females of which yield eiderdown.
[ahy-det-ik] /aɪˈdɛt ɪk/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or constituting visual imagery vividly experienced and readily reproducible with great accuracy and in great detail. 2. of or relating to eidos. /aɪˈdɛtɪk/ adjective (psychol) 1. (of visual, or sometimes auditory, images) exceptionally vivid and allowing detailed recall of something previously perceived: thought to be common in […]
- Eidetic memory
noun the ability to recall images with vividness bordering on actual visual perception; total recall ; also called photographic memory Examples Eidetic memory, to use the clinical term, is the ability to recollect an image so vividly that it appears to be real.