Jan 1, 2008

Names in marathi

A

  • Asafoetida - Hing
  • Almond - Badam

B

  • Bay leaves - Tamal patr
  • Bengal gram - Harbara dal
  • Bengal gram flour - Besan
  • Black pepper - Meere
  • Bottle gourd - Dudhi bhopala
  • Bitter gourd - Karale

C

  • Cabbage - Patta kobi
  • Capsicum - Dabbu mirchi / Simla mirchi
  • Cardamom - Vilayachi
  • Carom seeds - Ova
  • Carrot - Gajar
  • Cashew nut - Kaju
  • Cauliflower - Phoolkobi
  • Chick peas - Chole
  • Cilantro - Kothimbeer
  • Cinnamon - Dalchini
  • Coconut - Naral
  • Coriander leaves - Kothimbeer
  • Coriander seeds powder - Dhane powder
  • Cumin seeds - Jeere
  • Cumin seeds powder - Jeerepud
  • Cluster beans - Gavar
  • Curd - Dahi
  • Curry leaves - Kadipatta

D

  • Drumsticks -Shevaga shenga

E

  • Egg Plant - Vange

F

  • Fenugreek - Methi
  • Fenugreek seeds - Meethya

G

  • Garlic - Lasun
  • Gherkins - Thondale
  • Ginger - Adrak
  • Green chili - Hiravi mirchi
  • Green peas - Vatane
  • Green pepper -Dabbu mirchi / Simla mirchi

H

I

J

  • Jaggery - Gul

K

L

  • Lemon juice - Limbacha ras
  • Leek - Lasunachi paat
  • Red lentil - Masoor dal

M

  • Mustard seeds - Mohari
  • Mango - Amba

N

  • Nutmeg - Jayfal

O

  • Onion - Kanda

P

  • Peanut - Shengadane
  • Pepper powder - Meerepud
  • Potato - Batata
  • Poppy seeds - Khaskhas
  • Pumpkin - Lal bhopala

Q

R

  • Raisin - Kismis
  • Raw mango - Kairi
  • Red chili powder - Tikhat
  • Rice - Tandul
  • Ricotta cheese - Khoa
  • Ridge gourd - Dodke
  • Roasted Split chick peas - Dalav

S

  • Sago pearls - Shabudana
  • Semolina - Rava
  • Sesame seeds - Til
  • Snake gourd - Padval
  • Spinach - Palak
  • Split black gram - Udid dal
  • Split green gram - Mug dal
  • Spring onion - Kandyachi paat
  • Sugar - Sakhar

T

  • Tamarind - Chinch
  • Tomato - Tamata
  • Turmeric - Halad

U

V

W

  • Wheat flour - Kanik

X

Y

  • Yogurt - Dahi

Z

12 comments:

  1. very helpful for basic learners. thank u.

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  2. just married so it helps me lot in kitchen

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  3. ITS REALY HELPFUL...THANKS A LOT...

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  4. Suvarna
    Thanks it helps for the convent School learners, who are unable to speak good marathi.

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  5. Supriya
    Yaa... Its really helpfull....and also I want to participate in your sugran recipe show..

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  6. Thanks a Lot. Its helpful. Keep on adding new names. Good work. keep it up.

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  7. Thank you very much.. it helped me much.... :)

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  8. Thanks a lot. Plz let me know what "pine nut' called in marathi

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  9. Thanks a Lot. It really helped me! :D

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  10. Very nice program. helped to my mom

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  11. What is Pine Nut in Marathi..????

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  12. Thnx...alot fr dis info.. Really useful fr native speakers...

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