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* English: kohlrabi, kohl rabi; turnip-rooted cabbage, knol kohl (old)
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* English: swede (UK); rutabaga, Swedish turnip, yellow turnip<sup>2</sup> (USA)
* German: Kohlrabi; Oberkohlrabi, Oberrübe; Rübkohl, Rübköhli (CH); Kohlrübe (Au)
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* German: Kohlrübe; Steckrübe, Wruke; Bodenkohlrabi, Bodenkohlrübe, Kabisrübe (CH); Steckrübe, Wruke (Au)
* Dutch: koolrabi; raapkool (B)
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* Dutch: koolraap; knolraap
* Swedish: kålrabbi; knutkål
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* Swedish: kålrot
* Danish: knudekål, kålrabi
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* Danish: kålroe, rutabaga; kålrabi
* Norwegian: knutekål
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* Norwegian: kålrot, kålrabi
* Icelandic: hnúðkál
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* Icelandic: gulrófa
 
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* French: chou-rave; colrave (CH, Can), chou-pomme (CH); chou de Siam, chou-rave sur terre (old)
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* French: chou-navet, rutabaga<sup>2</sup> (F); chou-navet<sup>1</sup>, rave<sup>1</sup>, rutabaga<sup>2</sup> (B), chou-rave<sup>1</sup>, chou-navet<sup>2</sup>, rutabaga<sup>2</sup> (CH); navet, chou de Siam, navet du Québec, rutabaga (all <sup>2</sup>, Can)
* Italian: cavolo rapa, cavolo torzuto, torsi, torsuti
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* Italian: navone, rutabaga
* Spanish: col-rábano
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* Spanish: colinabo
* Catalan: col-rave, col-i-nap
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* Catalan: col-i-nap
* Portuguese: couve-rábano
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* Portuguese: couve-nabo, rutabaga
* Romanian: gulie, gulioare, caralambe, calarabe
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* Romanian: broajbă, nap, napi curceşti (pl)
  
 
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* Russian: кольраби - kolrabi
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* Russian: брюква - brjukva
* Polish: kalarepa
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* Polish: brukiew, karpiel (m), karpiele (n)
* Czech: kedluben, brukev
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* Czech: tuřín, dumlík, kolník
* Slovak: kaleráb
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* Slovak:  
* Bulgarian: алабаш, гулия - alabaš, gulija
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* Bulgarian: брюква, бръдоква - brjukva - brădokva
* Croatian: koloraba, korabica, koraba, keleraba
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* Croatian: broskva, podzemna koraba, podzemna keleraba
 
* Serb: келераба
 
* Serb: келераба
* Slovenian: kolerabica
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* Slovenian: broskva, koleraba, podzemna koleraba
 
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* Albanian:  
 
* Albanian:  
* Greek: γογγύλι; γουλί, λαχανόγουλο, κολούμπρα, καυλορράπα - gongili, gouli, lakhanogoulo, koloubra, kavlorapa
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* Greek: γουλί - gouli
* Turkish: alabaş
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* Turkish:  
* Hungarian: karalábé, kalarábé
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* Hungarian: karórépa, svéd karórépa<sup>2</sup>, sárga karórépa<sup>2</sup>
* Finnish: kaaliraapi, kyssäkaali
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* Finnish: lanttu
  
 
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(1) Designates only white flesh cultivars.
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(2) Designates only yellow flesh cultivars.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:33, 31 July 2011


Brassica oleracea Napobrassica Group

Brassica oleracea Groupe Napobrassica

Names in common use


  • English: swede (UK); rutabaga, Swedish turnip, yellow turnip2 (USA)
  • German: Kohlrübe; Steckrübe, Wruke; Bodenkohlrabi, Bodenkohlrübe, Kabisrübe (CH); Steckrübe, Wruke (Au)
  • Dutch: koolraap; knolraap
  • Swedish: kålrot
  • Danish: kålroe, rutabaga; kålrabi
  • Norwegian: kålrot, kålrabi
  • Icelandic: gulrófa


  • French: chou-navet, rutabaga2 (F); chou-navet1, rave1, rutabaga2 (B), chou-rave1, chou-navet2, rutabaga2 (CH); navet, chou de Siam, navet du Québec, rutabaga (all 2, Can)
  • Italian: navone, rutabaga
  • Spanish: colinabo
  • Catalan: col-i-nap
  • Portuguese: couve-nabo, rutabaga
  • Romanian: broajbă, nap, napi curceşti (pl)


  • Russian: брюква - brjukva
  • Polish: brukiew, karpiel (m), karpiele (n)
  • Czech: tuřín, dumlík, kolník
  • Slovak:
  • Bulgarian: брюква, бръдоква - brjukva - brădokva
  • Croatian: broskva, podzemna koraba, podzemna keleraba
  • Serb: келераба
  • Slovenian: broskva, koleraba, podzemna koleraba


  • Albanian:
  • Greek: γουλί - gouli
  • Turkish:
  • Hungarian: karórépa, svéd karórépa2, sárga karórépa2
  • Finnish: lanttu

Sources and commentaries

(1) Designates only white flesh cultivars. (2) Designates only yellow flesh cultivars.