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Vegetable Names in Italian With English Translations

I live in India, and I speak Hindi, Punjabi and English very well. I have also been learning some more languages.

This article will provide information about the names of different types of vegetables in the Italian language.

This article will provide information about the names of different types of vegetables in the Italian language.

Vegetables are an integral part of our diet. We consume a number of them in different seasons. In this article, we will learn the names of different vegetables in Italian. The Italian names for the vegetables have been provided alongside their English translations in a chart to help English readers learn them.

Vegetable Names Chart in Italian and English

Vegetable Name in EnglishVegetable Name in Italian

Potato

Patata

Tomato

Pomodoro

Eggplant

Melanzana

Turnip

Rapa

Mushroom

Fungo

Cauliflower

Cavolfiore

Cabbage

Cavolo

Radish

Ravanello

Okra

Gombo

Cucumber

Cetriolo

Spinach

Spinaci

Carrot

Carota

Green Chili

Peperoncino Verde

Pumpkin

Zucca

Pea

Pisello

Onion

Cipolla

Coriander

Coriandolo

Garlic

Aglio

Ginger

Zenzero

Mint

Menta

Potato

The name for potato in the Italian language is patata.

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Tomato

The Italian name for tomato is pomodoro.

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Eggplant

The Italian translation of the word eggplant is melanzana.

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Turnip

The turnip is called rapa in Italian.

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Mushroom

The name for mushroom in Italian is fungo.

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Cauliflower

The Italian name for cauliflower is cavolfiore.

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Cabbage

The Italian word for cabbage is cavolo.

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Radish

The word radish translates to ravanello in Italian.

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Okra

The Italian translation of the word okra is gombo.

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Cucumber

The Italian name for cucumber is cetriolo.

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Spinach

The name for spinach in Italian is spinaci.

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Carrot

The name for carrot in the Italian language is carota.

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Green Chili

The Italian word for green chili is peperoncino verde.

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Pumpkin

The Italian name for pumpkin is zucca.

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Pea

The Italian word for pea is pisello.

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Onion

The Italian name for the onion is cipolla.

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Coriander

The Italian translation of the word coriander is coriandolo.

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Garlic

Garlic has the name aglio in Italian.

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Ginger

The vegetable name "ginger" translates to zenzero in Italian.

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Mint

The word mint means menta in Italian.

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It's Quiz Time Now!

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. What is the Italian name for tomato?
    • Pomodoro
    • Patata
  2. What is the name for pumpkin in Italian?
    • Zucca
    • Pisello
  3. What would you call a cucumber in Italian?
    • Cetriolo
    • Spinaci
  4. What is the Italian name for radish?
    • Ravanello
    • Coriandolo
  5. What is the name for onion in the Italian language?
    • Cipolla
    • Aglio
  6. What would you call a turnip in Italian?
    • Rapa
    • Fungo

Answer Key

  1. Pomodoro
  2. Zucca
  3. Cetriolo
  4. Ravanello
  5. Cipolla
  6. Rapa

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Sourav Rana

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