Amygdalus Communis (Almonds)

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Amygdalus Communis (Almonds)The almond tree is from ten to eighteen feet high, with a pale-brown rugged bark, and dividing into many branches.  The leaves are of a bright light green, two to four inches long, and about three-fourths of an inch wide.  Flowers are moderately large, pink or white, sessile, in pairs, and appearing before the leaves.  Calyx reddish, petals variable in size.  The fruit is a hoary drupe; stone oblong or ovate, hard in various degrees, always rugged and pitted with irregular holes.  Both the bitter and sweet almonds come from this tree.

  • English
  • Almendro
    Almond
    flowering almond
    Sweet almond

  • Afrikaans
  • Amandel

  • Albanian
  • Bajame

  • Amharic
  • ‘A-le-mo-ne-de
    Almond
    አልሞንድ

  • Arabic
  • Lawz
    Lawzah
    لوز
    لوزة
    لَوْز
    لَوْزَة

  • Armenian
  • Noosh
    Nush
    Nuš
    Նուշ

  • Azerbaijani
  • Badam
    Бадам

     

  • Basque
  • Almendra
    Amanda

  • Bulgarian
  • Badem
    Бадем

  • Catalan
  • Ametler

  • Chinese
  • Bian tao
    八担杏
    巴旦杏
    扁桃

  • Croatian
  • Badem
    Mendula

  • Czech
  • Mandle
    Mandloň obecná

  • Danish
  • Mandel

  • Dutch
  • Amandel

  • Esperanto
  • Migdalo

  • Estonian
  • Harilik mandlipuu

  • Finnish
  • Manteli
    Tarhamanteli

  • French
  • Amande
    Amandier amer
    Prunier domestique

  • Georgian
  • Nushi
    Nuši
    ნუში

  • German
  • Bittermandelbaum
    Knackmandel
    Mandel
    Mandelbaum

  • Gujarati
  • Badam

  • Hebrew
  • Almond
    Shaked
    Shaqed
    שקד
    שקד מצוי

  • Hungarian
  • Mandula

  • Icelandic
  • Mandla

  • Italian
  • mandorio
    Mandorla
    Mandorlo
    Prunus dulcis

  • Japanese
  • Amond
    āmondo
    アーモンド

  • Kannada
  • Badami
    Badamu
    Badāmu
    Bādāmi
    ಬದಾಮು
    ಬಾದಾಮಿ

  • Kazakh
  • Badam
    Badamgül
    Basamgül
    Ltbadam
    Lytbadam
    Бадам
    Бадамгүл
    Итбадам

  • Korean
  • A-mon-deu
    Amondu
    아몬드

  • Latvian
  • Mandele

  • Lithuanian
  • Migdolai

  • Maltese
  • Lewż

  • Marathi
  • Badam
    Badām
    बदाम

  • Polish
  • Migdał zwyczajny

     

  • Portuguese
  • Amendoeira
    Amêndoa
    Amêndoa-doce

  • Romanian
  • Migdal

  • Russian
  • Mindal
    Mindal’
    mindal’ obyknovennyj
    Миндаль
    миндаль обыкновенный

     

  • Sanskrit
  • Badama

  • Scottish Gaelic
  • Cno ghreugach

  • Slovak
  • Mandľa obyčajná

  • Slovenian
  • Mandelj

  • Spanish
  • Almendra
    Almendro

  • Swahili
  • Lozi

  • Swedish
  • Bittermandel
    Mandel

  • Tamil
  • Paruppu
    Vatumai
    Vātumai
    பருப்பு
    வாதுமை

  • Telugu
  • Badamu
    Badamupappu
    Bādāmu
    Bādāmupappu
    బాదాము
    బాదాముపప్పు

  • Turkish
  • Badem

  • Ukrainian
  • Miġdal’
    Mygdal
    Миґдаль

  • Yiddish
  • Mandl

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