Flag: Diagonally divided from top hoist to fly bottom of yellow and green;
in yellow the green oat-panicle from the arms.
Hiaure (Frisian: De Lytse Jouwer). The plant on the flag is part of
an oat-plant (Frisian: hjouwer), which makes it canting. The village
Joure in southeast Friesland equally has
oats on its Coat of Arms and (old) flag. As indicated before Hiaure is a tiny village
in luscious meadows (Frisian: greiden), hence the green color on
the flag. The diagonal partition refers to its formerly being in Westdongeradeel.
Jarig Bakker, 29 October 2000
Hiaure Coat of Arms
by Jarig Bakker, 2 May 2004
Description: "In gold a green oat-panicle, in chief with two lapwings
of natural colors, facing".
The lapwings are from the arms of vicar Schregardus, who served this
village in the 19th century for 40 years. They also symbolize the meadow-birds,
who occur here in plenty.
Source: "Anoniem, 1994 (Wapens en vlaggen van Dongeradeel)"