Fragaria ananassa (Common names)

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Names in common use


  • English: strawberry, pinapple strawberry, pine strawberry
  • German: Erdbeere, Ananaserdbeere
  • Dutch: aardbei
  • Swedish: jordgubbär
  • Danish: jordbær
  • Norwegian: jordbær
  • Icelandic:


  • French: fraisier / fraise
  • Italian: fragola
  • Spanish: fresón ; frutilla (Argentina, Chile)
  • Catalan: maduixot o fraga o fraula
  • Portuguese: morangueiro / morango
  • Romanian: fragi


  • Russian: земляника - zjemljanika
  • Polish: truskawka, poziomka
  • Czech: jahodník / jahoda
  • Slovak: jahoda
  • Bulgarian: ягода - jagoda
  • Croatian: jagoda
  • Serb:
  • Slovenian: jagoda
  • Macedonian: јагода - jagoda


  • Latvian:
  • Lithuanian: braškė
  • Albanian: haullë
  • Greek: φράουλα, φράγολα - fraoula, fragola
  • Turkish: çilek (determinate: çileǧi)
  • Maltese: frawla
  • Hungarian: szamóca
  • Finnish: mansikka, puutarhamansikka, tarhamansikka
  • Estonian: aedmaasikas

Sources and commentaries

In current use, the common or "pineapple" strawberry is simply called strawberry in most languages, as it is by far the most marketed species. Only Fragaria vesca has some importance in some countries, and bears either a different name, or the name strawberry with a qualifier.