TABLE 13.1Various Names of Turmeric/Curcumin in Different Languages

LanguageName
ArabicKurkum, Uqdah safra
ArmenianToormerik, Turmerig
AssameseHalodhi
BengaliHalud
BulgarianKurkuma
BurmeseHsanwen, Sanwin, Sanae, Nanwin
CatalanCúrcuma
ChineseYu chin, Yu jin, Wohng geung, Geung wohng, Wat gam, Huang jiang, Jiang huang, Yu jin, Yu jin xiang gen
CroatianIndijski šafran, Kurkuma
CzechKurkuma, Indický Šafrán, Žlutý kořen, Žlutý zázvor
DhivehiReen’dhoo
DanishGurkemeje
DutchGeelwortel, Kurkuma Tarmeriek, Koenjit, Koenir
EnglishIndian saffron
EsperantoKurkumo
EstonianHarilik kurkuma, Kurkum, Pikk kollajuur, Lŏhnav kollajuur, Harilik kurkuma, Kurkum, Pikk kollajuur, Lŏhnav kollajuur
FarsiZardchubeh
FinnishKurkuma, Keltajuuri
FrenchCurcuma, Safran des Indes, Terre-mérite, Souchet des Indes
GalicianCúrcuma
GermanCurcuma, Sárga gyömbérgyökér
GreekKitrinoriza, Kourkoumi, Kourkoumas
GujaratiHalad, Haldar
HebrewKurkum
HindiHaldi
HungarianKurkuma, Sárga gyömbérgyökér
IcelandicTúrmerik
IndonesianKunyit, Kunir; Daun kunyit
ItalianCurcuma
JapaneseUkon, Tamerikku
KannadaArishina, Arisina
KhmerRomiet, Lomiet, Lamiet
KoreanKang-hwang, Keolkuma Kolkuma, Sim-hwang, Teomerik, Tomerik, Tumerik, Ulgum, Ulgumun
LaotianKhi min khun, Khmin khÜn
LatvianKurkuma
LithuanianCiberžole, Kurkuma, Dažine ciberžolé
MalayKunyit basah
MalayalamManjal
MarathiHalad
NepaliHaldi, Hardi, Besar
NorwegianGurkemeie
PahlaviZard-choobag
PashtoZarchoba
PolishKurkuma, Ostryź długi, Szafran indyjski
PortugueseAçafrão da Índia, Curcuma
PunjabiHaldi
RomanianCurcumǎ
RussianKoren, kurkumy, Kurkuma
SanskritAmeshta, bahula, bhadra, dhirgharaja, gandaplashika, gauri, gharshani, haldi, haridra, harita, hemaragi, hemaragini, hridayavilasini, jayanti, jwarantika, kanchani, kaveri, krimighana, kshamata, kshapa, lakshmi, mangalaprada, mangalya, mehagni, nisha, nishakhya, nishawa, patavaluka, pavitra, pinga, pinja, pita, pitika, rabhangavasa, ranjani, ratrimanika, shifa, shiva, shobhana, shyama, soubhagaya, suvarna, suvarnavarna, tamasini, umavara, vairagi, varavarnini, varnadatri, varnini, vishagni, yamini, yoshitapriya, yuvati
SinghaleseKaha
SlovakKurkuma
SlovenianKurkuma
SpanishCúrcuma, Azafrán arabe
SwahiliManjano
SwedishGurkmeja
TagalogDilaw
TamilManjal
TeluguHaridra, Pasupu
ThaiKha min chan, Kha min; Wanchakmadluk
TibetanGaser, Sga ser
TurkishHint safrani, Sari boya, Zerdeçal, Safran kökü, Zerdali, Zerdeçöp, Zerdecube
UkrainianKurkuma
UrduHaldi, Zard chub
VietnameseBot nghe, Cu nghe, Nghe, Uat kim, Khuong hoang
YiddishKurkume

From: Chapter 13, Turmeric, the Golden Spice

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