seabuckthorn seed, cranberry, walnut, borage, evening primrose, sheabutter, red clover

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np-d

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Austria, German
Field and topic: Could someone please tell me the Spanish names of these plants? Muchas gracias.
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Sample sentence:
Seabuckthorn seed (Lat. Hippophae rhamnoides)
Cranberry (lat. Vaccinium macrocarpon)
Walnut (lat. Juglans regia)
Borage (lat. Borago officinalis)
Evening Primrose (lat. Oenothera biennis)
Sheabutter (lat. Vitellaria paradoxa/INCI: Butyrospermum parkii)
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
 
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  • funnydeal

    Senior Member
    Mexico / Español
    Seabuckthorn seed = semilla de espina de mar / semilla de espino falso

    Cranberry = arándano

    Walnut = nogal europeo

    Borage = borraja

    Evening Primrose = onagra / prímula

    Sheabutter = manteca de karité / manteca de shea

    Red Clover = trébol rojo
     

    Jupiter

    Senior Member
    Spain
    In general I agree with funnydeal's suggestions, but differences in common names of plants between Spanish of Latin America and Spanish of Spain are very usual. If you are looking for common names in Spain, I suggest:

    Arándano agrio for Vaccinium macrocarpon (arándano for us corresponds to Vaccinium myrtillus)
    Nogal for Juglans regia
    Trébol or Trébol común for Trifolium pratense

    For the rest I would use funnydeal's translations

    Saludos
     

    np-d

    New Member
    Austria, German
    Muchas gracias por todo.
    It was very helpful.
    I had the same problem with arándano (Blueberry/Cranberry)
    Your input is much appreciated
     

    np-d

    New Member
    Austria, German
    I NEED A FEW MORE, PLEASE:

    Malus Sylvestris L. (Mill.) - Crab apple buds
    Sempervivum Tectorum - Houseleek
    Artemisia absinthium - Wormwood
    Viola odorata - violet
     
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    flightgoddess

    Senior Member
    US, English, Spanish
    NEED A FEW MORE PLEASE:

    Malus Sylvestris L. (Mill.) - Crab apple - manzana silvestre ?

    Sempervivum Tectorum - Houseleek -Siemperviva, from http://pss.uvm.edu/ppp/namespgn.html

    Artemisia absinthium - Wormwood - ajenjo, from http://www.globalherbalsupplies.com/herb_information/wormwood.htm


    Viola odorata - violet -violeta
     
    Posible traducción sea buckthorn : Quinotos, así se los llama en Argentina, es una fruta pequeña, levemente ovalada que crece en árboles de dicho nombre, tiene un gusto cítrico.
     
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