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ÍSLENSKA
tjarnavafklukka
ENSKA
Chinese convolvulus
DANSKA
kinesisk snerle, vandsnerle, vandspinat, kangkong
SÆNSKA
åkervinda, sallatsipomea, kangkung
FRANSKA
patate aquatique, ipomée du matin, épinard d´eau, liseron d´eau, kangkung
ÞÝSKA
Chinesischer Spinat, Wasserspinat (Sumpfkohl)
LATÍNA
Ipomoea aquatica
Samheiti
[en] kangkung, water convolvulus
Svið
landbúnaður (plöntuheiti)
Dæmi
væntanlegt
Skilgreining
[en] Ipomoea aquatica is a semiaquatic, tropical plant grown as a vegetable for its tender shoots and leaves. It is found throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, although it is not known where it originated. This plant is known in English as water spinach, river spinach, water morning glory, water convolvulus, or by the more ambiguous names Chinese spinach, Chinese Watercress, Chinese convolvulus, swamp cabbage or kangkong in Southeast Asia. Occasionally, it has also been mistakenly called "kale" in English, although kale is a strain of mustard belonging to the species Brassica oleracea and is completely unrelated to water spinach, which is a species of morning glory. It is known as phak bung in Thai and Laotian, ong choy in Cantonese, kongxincai in Mandarin Chinese, rau mung in Vietnamese, kangkong in Tagalog, trokuon in Khmer, kolmou xak in Assamese, kalmi shak in Bengali, kangkung in Indonesian, Malay and Sinhalese and hayoyo in Ghana (Wikipedia)

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