Bladder cherry in other languages

How to say bladder cherry in other languages?

Bladder cherry in Spanish, French, German, Italian…

Common name in English: Bladder cherry, groundcherry.

Common name in other languages:

Botanical illustration of alquequenje plant (Physalis alkekengi L.)

– Spanish: alquequenje, alquejenje, alquequenfe, farolillo chino, farolillos, tomate inglés, halicácabo, vejiga de perro, vejiguilla, solano vejigoso.

– Catalan: alcaquengi, bufeta gos, Orval, tomata d’hivern, alicàcabi

– Basque: Txauruzte

– Gallego: alquequenje, Cerejas of jueu

– Portuguese: erva noiva, alquequenje

– French: Coqueret, lanterne

– German: lampionblume, Judenkirsche, Blasenkirsche

– Italian: Alchechengio

– Romanian: Lampion chinezesc, păpălău.

  • Scientific noun: Physalis spp.

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11 March, 2024

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