HOW THE ONION IS CALLED IN YOUR LANGUAGE AND/OR IN YOUR DIALECT?

ITALIAN: cipolla

VERONA'S DIALECT : seola

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Luk in Russian
kremidi in Greeks
Zwiebel in German
Ui in Dutch
Oignon en français
or AJUIN. There is a Flemish town in Belgium where its people are called "ajuinefretters". (eaters of onions, if I remember correctly it is the town of AALST).
AJUIN is also a nickname for the police, the cops. Why, I don't know? Maybe most police make people cry, that's why!
Juin in some typical local dialect.
Cebola in portuguese(Brazil)
"kremidakia" in Greek for these little ones :-)

Ceba in Catalan

Cebolla in Spanish

بَصَل in Arabic

بَصَل   ? بَصَل !

Siepel in Drents (language of the Dutch province of Drenthe).

Ajuin in certain cities in the southern Dutch province of Brabants (esp. Breda, Eindhoven; in other Brabant cities 'juin').

Ûh in Haags (dialect from Den Haag, the city of the Hague, Netherlands).


Louk, lauk, un, oei, ooi, ul'lieg: different words in the southern Dutch province of Limburg (which word is used for 'onion' depends on the city).

Cepo in Esperanto. 

پياز in Persian (pronounce: piaz).

 

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