Sorting Ananas names

Species on this page ( A = names approved by most authorities, s = approved as synonyms) :


Ananas bracteatus (Lindl.) Schult. & Schult. f.

CHINESE : Ban ye hong feng li, Bao ye hong feng li.

ENGLISH : Red pineapple, Wild pineapple.

FINNISH : Puna-ananas.

SPANISH : Piña de Playon.

SWEDISH : Bandananas.


Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.

SYNONYM(S) : Ananas ananas (L.) Voss, Ananas duckei hort., nom. invalidum, Ananas sativus Schult. & Schult. f., Ananas sativus var. duckei Camargo, nom. invalidum , Bromelia ananas L., Bromelia comosa L.

ARABIC : Anânâs.

BENGALI : Aanaaras (Aanaaros, Aanarasa), Aanaaraas (possibly a spelling mistake)

BURMESE : Na naq thì.

CHINESE : Bo luo, Feng li.

DANISH : Ananas.

DUTCH : Ananas.

ENGLISH : Pineapple.

ESTONIAN : Ananass.

FINNISH : Ananas.

FRENCH : Ananas, Ananas commun.

GERMAN : Ananas.

HINDI : Anannaasa.

ITALIAN : Ananasso, Ananasso ordinario.

JAPANESE : Awaiting feedback.

KHMER : M'noah.

KOREAN : P'a in ae p'ul.

LAOTIAN : Màak nat.

MALAY : Nanas, Nanas (Indonesia).

NEPALESE : Bhui katar.

POLISH : Ananas jadalny.

PORTUGUESE : Abacaxi, Ananás.

RUSSIAN : Ananas.

SPANISH : Ananá, Piña, Piña de América, Piña tropical.

SWEDISH : Ananas.

TAGALOG : Pínya.

TAMIL : Anachi pazham.

THAI : Sapparot (Sàp pàrót).

TURKISH : Ananas, Festa.

URDU : Annaanas, Anannaas.

VIETNAMESE : Trái qua, Thom dua.



General Bibliography


Complementary / Specific


EURODICAUTOM, On-line Technical Dictionary in 12 languages provided by the European Commission < > (Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Latin with authority names)

Mabberley D.J. 1997, The Plant-Book : a Portable Dictionary of the Vascular Plants, 2d Edition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.

USDA, ARS, 2000, National Genetic Resources Program. Germplasm Resources Information Network - (GRIN). [Online Database] National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland. Available: ananas (24 July 2001). (A number of languages, some romanised, Latin with authority names)

Wiersema J. H. & León B. 1999, World Economic Plants : a Standard Reference. CRC Press LLC.

Xie Zongwa & Yu Youqin (Editors), 1996, Materia Medica, Chinese Terminology, Vol. 1, Renminweisheng Publishing House Beijing, China. (Latin with authority names and Chinese-simplified, text in Chinese).


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