Raphanus sativus Daikon Group (Common names)

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Raphanus sativus (Common names)

Raphanus sativus Minor Group (Common names)

Raphanus sativus Niger Group (Common names)

Raphanus sativus Oleiformis Group (Common names)

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Names in common use

  • English: mooli, mouli (UK); daikon, lo bok, lo bak, Chinese turnip, Chinese radish (USA)
  • German: wiasser Rettich
  • Dutch: witte rammenas, rettich
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  • Norwegian: reddik
  • Icelandic: hreðka

  • French: daïkon, radis japonais; lobak, navet chinois (Canada)
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Sources and commentaries

  • French
    • Daikons are often called navet or navet blanc on markets, are confused with Brassica rapa Rapa group and used as such. Their taste is too bland to be recognized as a radish. MC