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* Slovenian:  
 
* Slovenian:  
 
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* Latvian:
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* Lithuanian:
 
* Albanian: elb distik (elbi with the article)
 
* Albanian: elb distik (elbi with the article)
 
* Greek:  
 
* Greek:  
 
* Turkish: nemse arpası, çiblak arpa
 
* Turkish: nemse arpası, çiblak arpa
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* Maltese:
 
* Hungarian: kétsoros árpa, tavszi árpa, sörárpa
 
* Hungarian: kétsoros árpa, tavszi árpa, sörárpa
 
* Finnish: kaksitahoinen ohra
 
* Finnish: kaksitahoinen ohra
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* Estonian:
  
 
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Hordeum vulgare (Common names)

Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare (Common names)

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Names in common use


  • English: two-rowed barley
  • German: zweizeilige Gerste, Braugerste
  • Dutch: tweerijige gerst
  • Swedish: tvåradskorn, tvåradigt korn
  • Danish: toradet byg
  • Norwegian: toradsbygg
  • Icelandic:


  • French: orge à deux rangs, baillarge, paumelle
  • Italian: orzo distico, scandella
  • Spanish: cebada de dos carreras
  • Catalan:
  • Portuguese: cevada de duas ordens
  • Romanian: orzoaică


  • Russian: ячмень двурядный - jačmenj dvurjadnyj
  • Polish: jęczmień dwurzędowy
  • Czech: ječmen dvouřadý
  • Slovak: jačmeň dvojradový
  • Bulgarian: двуреден ечемик - dvureden ečemik
  • Croatian: ječam dvoredac
  • Serb: дворедни јечам - dvoredni ječam
  • Slovenian:


  • Latvian:
  • Lithuanian:
  • Albanian: elb distik (elbi with the article)
  • Greek:
  • Turkish: nemse arpası, çiblak arpa
  • Maltese:
  • Hungarian: kétsoros árpa, tavszi árpa, sörárpa
  • Finnish: kaksitahoinen ohra
  • Estonian: