Monday, January 17, 2011

Fish name translation from english to telugu

Fish name translations from english to telugu:-

  • King fish - Vanjaram chepa
  • Croaker/ Jew fish - pullipana, tella, gorasa
  • Red snapper - Koramemu, thunduva,rangu
  • Mullet fish -  Bontha chepa, koniga
  • White mullet / milk fish - Pala bontha chepa
  • Salmon - Maga chepa, budathamaga
  • Thilapia - not available in india but closet spices weget(poola chepa)
  • Anchovy fish / smelt - Netallu,poorva,kelba
  • Cat fish - jella chepa, walaga
  • Bengal carp - Botcha chepa
  • crab - petallu
  • Prawn / shrimp - royallu
  • Indian goat fish - Goolivinda
  • Mackerel - konnagadatha,kanagarthalu
  • White carp / mrigal - Arju, yerramosa, ballalasnosa
  • Snake head / murrel - erramotta, mottu,mokhrava
  • White pomfret - tella chanduva
  • Black pomfret - Nalla chanduva
  • Rohu / carp fish - bochagnadumeenu
  • Shark - sora chepa, soraputtu
  • Spanish mackerel -  Vanjaramu,  konema

32 comments:

  1. Very helpful ... Thanks for posting!

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    1. very helpfull tanks u so much

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  2. is smelt called pitthapariga or wat else

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  3. hello my Id is tejesswi@yahoo.com, and so is my name. can you tell me what is "herring" fish known is telugu?

    with many thanks,
    Tejaswi

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  4. Thanks Harika..Its really helpful! I am still confused with what is Vanjaram? Spanish Mackerel/King Fish.

    Regards,
    Praveen

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  5. Thanks for the information Harika ............Nagendra Varma.

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  6. I am sure many like me would like to know what is the English name/ variety of Bombidailu

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  7. Thanks harika .. can you please tell me what is the telugu name of sprat fish ..

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  8. what is the english name of Bommelu(andhra/telangana)? thanks

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  9. Whats the telugu name for Cod fish and Tuna fish

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  10. what is the english name of simon chapa? This fish has a long nose and its very tasty.

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  11. Thanks for the info.. :)

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  12. good keep it going

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  13. Thanks for the info, just what we were looking for.

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  14. lots of thanx to harikas kitchen:)..i live in u.a.e.,we get a wide varieties of fish here. but i dont know their telugu names so i always buy pomfret or king fish or rohu...but now this translation will help me a lot...thanx once again.....
    -santoshi latha.

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  15. Nice. Very useful. Thanks.

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  16. Very helpful info, iam in london and strugling get indian names of fishes in a super store..then ur blog came very handy Harika.....Thank you..

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  17. Thanks Harika very helpful info. Just strugling to get Indian names o f fishes in a super store in London, where ur blog came very handy.....cheers..

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  18. Its very useful. Better if you include Pulasa...!Very famous in India. It is called as Ilisha in English.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilish

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  19. excellent job, we in USA getting confused fish names. Keep posting other ingredients also.

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  20. Thank you for the info

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  21. super..thanks for the post..very helpful

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  22. thanks for posting.

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  23. very helpful ..thanks harika for the valuable information

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  24. im looking for this info for a quite long time, thanks for posting.

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  25. Very nice and useful information Harika

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  26. koramenu is not red snaper - its bullseye snakehead

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