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Triticum turgidum subsp. turgidum (Common names)

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Names in common use

  • English: rivet wheat, cone wheat
  • German: Rauh-Weizen, welscher Weizen, englischer Weizen / Wunder-Weizen1
  • Dutch: engelse tarwe
  • Swedish: tjockvete
  • Danish: engelsk hvede
  • Norwegian:
  • Icelandic:

  • French: blé poulard, touselle / blé miracle, blé des pharaons1
  • Italian: frumento grosso
  • Spanish: trigo redondillo / trigo del milagro, trigo de los faraones1
  • Catalan:
  • Portuguese: trigo turgido
  • Romanian: grîu mare, grîu englezesc

  • Russian: пшеница тургидум, пшеница тучная, пшеница английская - pšenica turgidum, pšenica tučnaja, pšenica anglijskaja
  • Polish: pszenica angielska, pszenica szorstka
  • Czech: pšenice naduřelá
  • Slovak: pšenica hrubozrnná
  • Bulgarian: английска пшеница - anglijska pšenica
  • Croatian: belija, pšenica engleska
  • Serb:
  • Slovenian:

  • Latvian:
  • Lithuanian:
  • Albanian:
  • Greek:
  • Turkish:
  • Maltese:
  • Hungarian: hasas búza, angol búza
  • Finnish: durumvehnä, makaronivehnä
  • Estonian:

Sources and commentaries

(1) Wheats with a branched spike, supposed to give more yield. They were actively promoted in the 19th century as having been found in Pharaos' tombs.