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

ITALIAN: cipolla

VERONA'S DIALECT : seola

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My wife's family was from Czechoslovakia and their last name was "Cibula" which meant onion in their Slovak language.

In Italian language  ONIONS is CIPOLLE ...

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sīpoli in Latvian. Chives are called 'loki'. So many similarities.

I am surprised that nobody said it is called "cebolla" in Spanish.
Are there no Spanish speaking onion lovers in IUOMA?
I am surprised nobody said it is called "cebolla" in Spanish. Are there no Spanish speaking onion lovers in IUOMA? or I missed them?

and in English...

can we call some :

heeheehee...

@Mail Art Martha, no worries, cause yes, cebolla has been mentioned in here in 2013 (see the previous messages (-: )

Bawang in Malay

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