Scientific name:
Sauce produced in the Mediterranean regions by mixing whole ungutted fish with concentrated brine and exposing the mixture in jars for long periods to the sun.
For similar products see also Fermented fish sauce.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Garum

Finnish

 

French

Garum

German

 

Greek

Gáros

Icelandic

 

Italian Garum
Japanese  
Norwegian
Polish Garum
Portuguese Garo
Russian Гарум
Serbo-Croat Garum
Spanish  
Swedish

 

Turkish  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Light salted, pickle cured cod that has been dried to a moisture of 34 to 36%; amber-coloured and translucent product of the Gaspé area.

Danish

Gaspévirket klipfisk

Dutch

 

English

Gaspé cure (Canada)

Finnish

 

French

Gaspé (Canada)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Baccalŕ san giovanni

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Cura do gaspé

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Atractoscion aequidens

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Geelbeck, African weakfish, Geelbeck croaker, Geelbeck cwaker

Finnish

 

French

Téraglin

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Kulbiniec zlotousty

Portuguese

Corvinade boca amarela

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Corvina prieta, Corvinata prieta

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Soluble protein that can be prepared from the skins and swim bladders of fish but largely produced from animal skins and bones; used in the food and other industries.
See also Isinglass.

Danish

Gelatine

Dutch

Gelatine

English

Gelatin(e)

Finnish

Gelatiini

French

Gélatine

German

Gelatine

Greek

Żelatína

Icelandic

Gelatini

Italian

Gelatina

Japanese

Zeratchin

Norwegian

Gelatin

Polish

Żelatyna

Portuguese

Gelatina

Russian

Желатин

Serbo-Croat

Želatina, Hladetina

Spanish

Gelatina

Swedish

Gelatin

Turkish

Jelatin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Rexea solandri

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Gemfish, Silver gemfish, Hake, King barracouta, Southern kingfish

Finnish

 

French

Escolier royal, Escolier tifiati

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Ookagokamasu

Norwegian

 

Polish

Solandra królewska

Portuguese

Escolar-real

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Escolar plateado

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Hydrolagus novaezealandiae
See also Chimaera, Rabbit fish, Ratfish.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Dark ghost shark, Ghost shark, Pale ghost shark

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Pärlhavsmus

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Stereolepis gigas
See also Bass.

Danish

 

Dutch

Californische jodenvis

English

Giant sea bass, Black jewfish, California black sea bass, Pacific Jewfish

Finnish

 

French

Barréan géant, Bar gigantesque

German

Riesenjudenfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Cernia gigante

Japanese

Ishinagi, Kokuchi-ishinagi

Norwegian

 

Polish

Strzępiel gigantyczny

Portuguese

Mero-gigante-do-Pacifico

Russian

Гигантский морской окунь

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Lubina gigante

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The process of removing the gills, long gut and stomach from a fish such as the herring by inserting a knife at the gills; the milt or roe and some of the pyloric caeca are left in the fish. Also called Gipping: e.g. Gibbed herring.
See also Gutted fish.

Danish

Mavedragning

Dutch

Kaken

English

Gibbing, Gipping

Finnish

Kalanperkaus

French

 

German

Kehlen

Greek

Apenteromeni ihthis

Icelandic

Slógdráttur

Italian

Eviscerazione dagli opercoli

Japanese

Tsubonuki

Norwegian

Fullganing

Polish

Odgardlanie

Portuguese

Arenque sem gueiras e visceras

Russian

Зябрение

Serbo-Croat

Liofilizacija

Spanish

 

Swedish

Ganing, Gälning, Fullganing nypning

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Sparus auratus
See also Sea bream.

Northsea Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Guldbrasen

Dutch

Goudbrasem

English

Gilthead seabream, Gilt head bream, Gilthead

Finnish

Kultaotsa-ahven

French

Dorade royale, Daurade

German

Goldbrasse

Greek

Tsipoúra

Icelandic

 

Italian

Orata

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Dorada

Portuguese

Dourada

Russian

Спарус, Аурата, Дорада, Золотистый спар

Serbo-Croat

Komarča, Ovrata

Spanish

Dorado, Chaparreta, Dourada, Gilt-head seabream, Orada

Swedish

Guldsparid, Guldbraxen

Turkish

Çipura balığı, Alyanak balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Sardinella aurita

Andalucía, Spain
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

 

Dutch

Oosardientje

English

Round sardinella, Gilt sardine, Spanish sardine

Finnish

Kultasardiini

French

Allache

German

Sardinelle, Ohrensardine

Greek

Fríssa trichiós, Frisa

Icelandic

 

Italian

Alaccia, Lacciuna

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sardinella

Polish

Sardynela atlantycka, Sardynela hiszpanska

Portuguese

Sardinela lombuda, Sardinela

Russian

Круглая (атлантическая, антильская) сардинелла, Алаша

Serbo-Croat

Srdela golema

Spanish

Allacha, Alatxa, Lacha, Round sardinella

Swedish

Guldsardinella

Turkish

Sardalya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Small fish such as goby, pound smelt, young porgy, young horse mackerel, anchovy, shrimp, etc., dried simply or after baking or boiling, then soaked in a seasoning made from sugar, soy bean sauce etc., and dried again by smouldering.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Gisukeni (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Gisukeni (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Gisukeni

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Dorosoma cepedianum
See also Shad.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Gizzard shad, American gizzard shad, Nanny shad, Eastern gizzard shad, Mud shad

Finnish

Kupusilli

French

Alose noyer, Alose ŕ gésier, Alose américaine

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Dorosoma

Portuguese

Sável-de-papo

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sábalo molleja

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Variety of Eyemouth cure haddock that is smoked so lightly that it has the barest detectable smoky flavour and almost no coulor.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Glasgow pale (Scotland)

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The process of protecting unwrapped Frozen fish against drying in cold storage, by dipping in cold water, or by brushing or spraying with cold water, immediately after freezing to form a thin protective skin of ice.

Danish

Glasering

Dutch

Glaceren

English

Glazing

Finnish

Glaseeraus

French

Givrage

German

Glasieren

Greek

Glasarísma

Icelandic

IshúŢun

Italian

Glassaggio

Japanese

Gureizu

Norwegian

Glasering

Polish

Glazurowanie

Portuguese

Vidragem

Russian

Глазурирование

Serbo-Croat

Glaziranje

Spanish

Glaseado

Swedish

Glasering

Turkish

Glase

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mullus auratus

Danish

 

Dutch

Gestreepte zeebarbeel

English

Red goatfish

Finnish

 

French

Rouget-barbet doré

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Medama-himeji

Norwegian

 

Polish

Barwena karaibska

Portuguese

Salmonete-dourado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Salmonete colorado

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mullus barbatus

Danish

Rřd mulle

Dutch

 

English

Red goatfish, Striped mullet, Bluntsnouted mullet, Striped goatfish

Finnish

 

French

Rouget barbet, Rouget de vase

German

 

Greek

Barbouni, Koutsomoura

Icelandic

 

Italian

Triglia di fango

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Salmonete da vasa

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Moll de fang, Red mullet, Salmonete de fango

Swedish

Röd mullus, Rosenmulle

Turkish

Barbunya balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mullidae
See also Mullus auratus, Mullus barbatus, Mullus surmuletus.

Danish

Mulle

Dutch

 

English

Goatfish

Finnish

Mullo

French

Rouget-barbet

German

Meerbarbe

Greek

Barboúni, Koutsomoúra

Icelandic

Sćskeggur

Italian

Triglia

Japanese

Himeji

Norwegian

Mulle

Polish

Barwena, Barbata

Portuguese

 

Russian

Барабулеые, Султанковые

Serbo-Croat

Trıje, Trıje odkamena

Spanish

Salmonete

Swedish

Mullus

Turkish

Tekir, Barbunya, Nil barbunyası

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Gobiidae
Various species in different waters. Marketed fresh or alive (Japan, Spain); in Japan also dried like Yakiboshi.
See also Gobius niger.

Danish

Kutling

Dutch

Grondels

English

Goby

Finnish

Tokko

French

Gobie

German

Grundeln

Greek

Govil

Icelandic

Kytlingur

Italian

Gobido, Ghiozzo

Japanese

Haze

Norwegian

Kutlinger

Polish

Babka

Portuguese

Caboz

Russian

Бычковые

Serbo-Croat

Glavoči

Spanish

Góbido

Swedish

Smörbult

Turkish

Büyük kaya balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Gobius niger

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Sort Kutling, Smřrbutte

Dutch

Zwarte grondel

English

Black goby

Finnish

Mustatokko

French

Gobie noire

German

Schwartzkühling, Schwarzgrundel

Greek

Cocovios, Govios, Mavrogovios

Icelandic

 

Italian

Ghiozzo nero

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Svartkutling, Kutling, Smřrbřtte

Polish

Babka czarna

Portuguese

Caboz-negro

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Gobi d'alga, Chaparrudo, Black goby, Purillo

Swedish

Svart smörbult

Turkish

Kömürcükayası balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Milder sort of Red herring that is smoked only for five or six days instead of several weeks.
In Canada also called Bloater.

Danish

 

Dutch

Dubbel gerookte steurharing

English

Golden cure, Mediterranean cure

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

Govii

Icelandic

 

Italian

Aringhe dorate

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arenque  doirado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Cold smoked Block fillet of small haddock or whiting, sometimes dyed; available chilled or frozen.
See Fillet.

Danish

 

Dutch

Koudgerookte vlinders

English

Golden cutlet

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Filetti affumicati

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Filete fumado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Carassius auratus auratus
Originally Japan introduced in many countries.

Danmarks Akvarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Guldfisk, Sřlvkaruds, Sřlvkarusse

Dutch

Goudvis

English

Goldfish

Finnish

Kultakala

French

Cyprin doré, Carassin doré, Dorade de Chine, Poisson rouge

German

Goldfisch

Greek

Cheisopsaro, Chrysopsaro, Chryssopsaro

Icelandic

 

Italian

Ciprino dorato, Carassio dorato, Pesce dorato

Japanese

Kin-buna, Kingyo

Norwegian

Gullfisk, Karuss

Polish

Karaś złocisty, Karas zlocisty a. chinski

Portuguese

Peixe encarnado, Peixe dourado, Pimpăo

Russian

Серебряный карась, Золотая рыбка

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Pez rojo

Swedish

Guldfisk

Turkish

Kırmızı balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Sarpa salpa

Danish

Okseřjefisk

Dutch

Gestreepte bokvis

English

Salema, Goldline

Finnish

Boga

French

Saupe

German

Goldstrieme

Greek

Sálpa-sárpa, Salpa

Icelandic

 

Italian

Salpa

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Okseřyefisk

Polish

Salpa

Portuguese

Salema

Russian

Сальпа, Сарпа

Serbo-Croat

Salpa

Spanish

Salema, Cagona, Gold line, Saboga, Salpa

Swedish

Salpa

Turkish

Sarpan, Çıtari, Çitari balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Female gonads: see Roe.
Male gonads: see Milt.

Danish

Křnsorganer

Dutch

Gonaden

English

Gonads

Finnish

Sukupuolielimet

French

Gonades

German

 

Greek

Gonades

Icelandic

 

Italian

Gonadi

Japanese

Seishokusen

Norwegian

Kjřnnsorganer

Polish

Gonady

Portuguese

Gónades

Russian

Гонады

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Gonadas

Swedish

Gonader, Könskörtlar

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Osphronemus goramy

(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Guarami

Dutch

Goerami

English

Gourami, Giant gourami

Finnish

Gurami

French

Gourami

German

Knurrender gurami, Gurami, Riesen-Gurami, Speisegurami

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Gurami

Japanese

Guurami

Norwegian

 

Polish

Gurami olbrzymi

Portuguese

Gurami, Guurami-gigante

Russian

Гурами

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fillets of salmon rubbed in with a mixture of coarse salt, sugar and white pepper, placed meat-side against meat-side with dill, and pressed in a cool place. Considered to be best after 24 hours.

Danish

Gravlaks

Dutch

Drooggezouten gekruide zalm

English

Gravlax (Sweden)

Finnish

Graavisuolattu lohi

French

Gravlax (Sučde)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Graflax

Italian

Filetti di salmone svedesi

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Gravlaks

Polish

 

Portuguese

Filetes de salmăo ŕ sueca

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Filetes de salm´n con sal, Azucar y especias

Swedish

Gravlax

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Name used for some sharks, particularly Thresher. Name is also used for Pacific cod. Grayfish might also be used as collective term for two Dogfish: Picked (spring) dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and Smooth hound (Mustelus canis).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Grayfish

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Thymallus thymallus

Aqua Freshwater Aquarium, Silkeborg, Denmark
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Stalling

Dutch

Viagzaim, Vlagzalm

English

Grayling, Cangen las, European grayling

Finnish

Harjus

French

Ombre, Ombre de rivičre

German

Äsche, Asch, Ombretta

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Temolo

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Harr

Polish

Lipień, Lipien europejski

Portuguese

Peixe-sombra

Russian

Сибирский хариус

Serbo-Croat

Lipen

Spanish

 

Swedish

Harr

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Hyperoplus lanceolatus
See Sandeel.

Danish

Tobiskonge

Dutch

Smelt, Zandspiering

English

Great sandeel, Launce

Finnish

Isotuulenkala

French

Lançon commun

German

Grosser Sandaal, Sandspierling, Tobis

Greek

Aminodýtes, Loutsáki

Icelandic

Trönusili

Italian

Cicerello

Japanese

Ikanago

Norwegian

Storsil, Stortobis, Tobis siler

Polish

Dobijak

Portuguese

Galeota-maior, Frachao, Geleota, Sandilho

Russian

Песчанка

Serbo-Croat

Hujka

Spanish

Pión, Great sand eel, Lanzon

Swedish

Tobiskung, Tobis

Turkish

Kum baığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Trachinus draco
See also Weever.

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Fjćsing

Dutch

Grote Pieterman

English

Greater weever

Finnish

Louhikala

French

Grande vive

German

Petermann, Petermännchen

Greek

Drákena, Megalodrakena

Icelandic

Fjörsungur

Italian

Tracina drago

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Fjesing

Polish

Ostrosz drakon

Portuguese

Peixe-aranha-maior

Russian

Большой морской дракон, Морской скорпион, Амейка

Serbo-Croat

Pauk bijeli

Spanish

Arańa, Escorpión, Aranya blanca, Faneca brava, Greater weever fish

Swedish

Fjärsing, större

Turkish

Trakonya, Trakonya balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Rhombosolea tapirina

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Greenback flounder

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Salted white fish that, having been stacked for two or three days to press out as much brine as possible, are ready for drying. In France 'Salé en vert' is also used for skins destined for tanning.
Greenfish (one word) is also an alternative name for Pollack.

Danish

Grřnsaltet fisk

Dutch

Lichtgezouten magere vis

English

Green fish, Green cure, Green salted fish

Finnish

 

French

Poisson salé en vert

German

 

Greek

Psári hygrálato

Icelandic

Stađinn fiskur

Italian

Pesce salinato e sgocciolato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Peixe verde

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Pescado en verde

Swedish

Grönsaltad fisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Reinhardtius hippoglossoides

5 Kg - Ilulissat (Jakobshavn), Greenland
John Bailey, England
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Hellefisk

Dutch

Groenlandse heilbot, Zwarte heilbot

English

Greenland halibut, Black halibut, Blue halibut, Lesser halibut, Mock halibut

Finnish

Grönlanninpallas

French

Flétan noir

German

Schwarzer Heilbutt

Greek

 

Icelandic

Grálúţa, Grálúpa

Italian

Halibut di groenlandia

Japanese

Karasu-garei

Norwegian

Blĺkveite, Svartkveite

Polish

Halibut niebieski

Portuguese

Alabote-da-gronelândia

Russian

Черный палтус

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Hipogloso negro, Fletán negro

Swedish

Mindre hälleflundra, Liten hälleflundra, Liten helgeflundra

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Balaena mysticetus
See Right whale.

Danish

Grřnlandshval

Dutch

Groenlandse walvis

English

Greenland right whale, Greenland whale, Right whale, Bowhead, Great polar whale, Arctic right whale

Finnish

Grönlanninvalas

French

Baleine franche

German

Grönlandswal

Greek

 

Icelandic

Norđhvalur, Sléttbakur

Italian

Balena di groenlandia

Japanese

Hokkyokukujira

Norwegian

Grřnlandshval

Polish

Wal grenlandzki

Portuguese

Baleia-franca-boreal

Russian

Гренландский кит

Serbo-Croat

Kit

Spanish

 

Swedish

Grönlandsval, Nordval

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Somniosus microcephalus

Maniitsoq (Sukkertoppen), Greenland
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Havkal, Grřnlandshaj

Dutch

Groenlandse haai

English

Greenland shark, Oakettle, Ground shark

Finnish

Holkeri

French

Laimargue du Groénland

German

Eishai, Grönlandhai

Greek

 

Icelandic

Hákarl

Italian

Squalo di Gorenlandia Lemargo

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Hĺkjerring

Polish

Rekin polarny

Portuguese

Tubarăo da Gronelândia, Tubarăo-da-noite

Russian

Гренландская акула, (Атлантическая) полярная акула

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Tiburón boreal, Tollo boreal, Tollo de Groenlandia

Swedish

Hĺkäring

Turkish

Groenlandse haai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Enteromorpha linza
Edible seaweed; see Laverbread.

Danish

 

Dutch

Eetbaar zeewier

English

Green laver

Finnish

Putkilevä

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Alga commestible

Japanese

Usubaaonori

Norwegian

 

Polish

Alga-zielenica jadalna, Enteromorfa

Portuguese

 

Russian

Морской салат

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Alga marina

Swedish

Platt tarmtĺng

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Hexagrammidae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Greenling

Finnish

Vihersimppu

French

Terpuga

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Ainame

Norwegian

 

Polish

Terpuga

Portuguese

Lorcha

Russian

Терпуговые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Grönfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Ophiodon elongatus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Lingcod, Blue cod, Buffalo cod, Cultus cod, Green cod, Leopard cod

Finnish

Vihersimppu

French

Terpuga, Terpuga buffalo

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Ainame

Norwegian

 

Polish

Ofiodon

Portuguese

Lorcha

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Grönfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Perna canaliculus (New Zeeland)

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Green mussel, Greenlipped mussel, Perna

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Macrouridae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Grenadier

Finnish

Lestikala

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Langhali

Italian

 

Japanese

Sokodaro, Nezumi

Norwegian

 

Polish

Buławik

Portuguese

Lagartixa, Granadeiro

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Chelidonichthys gurnardus
See also Gurnard.

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Grĺ knurhane

Dutch

Grauwe poon

English

Grey gurnard, Crooner, Gunnard, Hardhead, Knowd, Gowdy

Finnish

Kyhmykurnusimppu

French

Grondin gris

German

Grauer Knurrhahn, Knurrhahn

Greek

Kapóni, Grizokaponi

Icelandic

Urrari

Italian

Capone gorno, Pesce capone

Japanese

Hôbô, Kanagashira

Norwegian

Knurr, Knor, Vanlig knurr

Polish

Kurek szary

Portuguese

Cabra morena, Ruivo

Russian

Макрурусовые, Долгохвостые морской петух, Серая тригла

Serbo-Croat

Trilja (prasica), Kokot, Lastavica, Lastavica prasica

Spanish

Borracho, Perlon, Cap d'ase, Crego, Grey gurnard, Rubios

Swedish

Knot, Knorrhane, Gnoding

Turkish

Benekli kırlangıç, Beneklikırlangıç balığı, Kirlangiç, Kırlangıç balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Atlantic salmon returning from the sea to freshwater after spending only one winter at sea.

Danish

 

Dutch

Jacobzalm

English

Grilse

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Tapes decussatus

Danish

 

Dutch

Tapijtschelp

English

Grooved carpet shell, Carpet shell, Clam

Finnish

Mattosimpukka

French

Palourde

German

Teppichmuschel

Greek

Chávaro

Icelandic

 

Italian

Vongola nera

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Gullskjell

Polish

Małża bruzdowata

Portuguese

Amęijoa-boa

Russian

Морской петушок крестообразный

Serbo-Croat

Kučica

Spanish

Almeja fina

Swedish

Tapesmussla

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Those species of fish which normally occur on or close the sea bed.

Danish

Bundfisk

Dutch

Bodemvis

English

Groundfish, Demersal fish, Bottom fish

Finnish

Pohjakala

French

Poissons de fond, Poissons démersaux

German

Bondenfische

Greek

Benthopelagica

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce demersale

Japanese

Sokouo-rui

Norwegian

Bunnfisk

Polish

Ryby denne

Portuguese

Peixe de fundo

Russian

Донные рыбы

Serbo-Croat

Pridnena riba

Spanish

Peces de Fondo

Swedish

Bottenfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
General name for family of Serranidae (which also are termed Sea bass or Sea perch), but more particularly refers to Epinephelus and Mycteroperca spp., important food fishes in U.S.A.

Danish

Havaborre

Dutch

 

English

Grouper

Finnish

Meriahven

French

Mérou

German

Zackenbarsch

Greek

Rophós

Icelandic

Vartari

Italian

Cernia, Sciarrano

Japanese

Hata

Norwegian

Havabbor

Polish

Granik

Portuguese

Garoupa, Mero

Russian

Груперы, Черны, Мерои

Serbo-Croat

Epinephelus, Kirnja, Scorpeana, Bodeljka

Spanish

Mero, Cherna, Cherne

Swedish

Havsabborre, Grouper

Turkish

Orfoz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
General name for fishes of the family Pomadasyidae (Atlantic, Pacific - America, Europe).
This family includes among others Pomadasys, Parapristipoma, Bathystoma and Haemulon spp.
See for example Sargo, Porkfish, Pigfish.

Danish

Gryntefisk

Dutch

 

English

Grunt, Grunter

Finnish

Murisija

French

Grondeur

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Burro

Japanese

Isaki

Norwegian

 

Polish

Luszczyk

Portuguese

Roncador

Russian

Помадазиевые, Ворчуновые, Ронковые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Roncador, Burro

Swedish

Grunt

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Also spelt Guanine; extracted from scales of fish such as herring, for manufacture of Pearl essence; has also been used for conversion to Caffeine.

Danish

Guanin

Dutch

Guanine

English

Guanin

Finnish

Guaniini

French

Guanine

German

Guanin

Greek

Guanini

Icelandic

Guanin

Italian

Guanina

Japanese

Guanin

Norwegian

Guanin

Polish

 

Portuguese

Guanina

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Guanin

Spanish

Guanina

Swedish

Guanin

Turkish

Guanin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Shrimp paste, similar to Dinailan, but salt is added after first drying period; mixture is dried for only one day after it is made into paste.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Guinamos alamang (Philippines)

Finnish

 

French

Guinamos alamang (Philippines)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Rhinobatidae
Belong to the order Rajiformes (see Ray).

Danish

Hvalhaj

Dutch

Guitaarrog

English

Guitarfish

Finnish

Kitararausku

French

Poisson-guitare

German

Geigenrochen

Greek

Rina

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce violino

Japanese

Sakatazame

Norwegian

 

Polish

Rocha

Portuguese

Viola

Russian

Рохлевые скаты

Serbo-Croat

Ražopas, Pasiraža

Spanish

Guitarra

Swedish

Hajrocka

Turkish

Iğnelikeler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mustelus antarcticus

Danish

 

Dutch

Zuidelijke gladde haai, Stomkophaai, Australische toonhaai

English

Gummy shark, Smooth hound dogfish, Spotted gummy shark, Sweet William

Finnish

 

French

Émissole gommée

German

Australischer Glatthai

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Palombo antartico

Japanese

Hoshizame, Hoshibuka

Norwegian

 

Polish

Mustel

Portuguese

Caçăo antártico

Russian

Обыкновенные куньи акулы

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Musola, Musola austral

Swedish

Antarktisk hundhaj

Turkish

Köpek baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Trigla spp.

Danish

Knurhane

Dutch

Poon

English

Gurnard

Finnish

Kurnusimppu

French

Grondin, Trigle

German

Knurrhahn

Greek

Kapóni

Icelandic

Urrari

Italian

Pesce capone

Japanese

Hôbô, Kanagashira

Norwegian

Knurrfisk

Polish

Kurek

Portuguese

Cabra, Ruivo

Russian

Морские петухи, Триглы

Serbo-Croat

Lastavica, Lastavica prasica

Spanish

Rubios

Swedish

Knot, Knorrhane

Turkish

Kırlangıç

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The word guts in this nomenclature is synonymous with Entrails, Intestines or Viscera; guts is the term generally used in the trade.
See also Gutted fish.

Danish

Indvolde

Dutch

Ingewanden

English

Guts

Finnish

Sisälmykset

French

Viscčres

German

Gedärme

Greek

Endósthia

Icelandic

Slóg

Italian

Interiora

Japanese

Wata, Naizô, Zômotsu

Norwegian

Slo

Polish

Wnętrzności

Portuguese

Visceras

Russian

Внутренности

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Visceras

Swedish

Rens, Inälvor

Turkish

Bağirsaklar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish from which the guts have been removed; alternative term is Eviscerated fish. In U.S.A. the term Drawn fish is mainly used; various special types of gutting, e.g. Gibbing, Nobbing.

Danish

Renset fisk

Dutch

Gestripte vis, Gelubde vis

English

Gutted fish

Finnish

Perrattu kala

French

Poisson vidé

German

Ausgenommener Fisch

Greek

Apenteroméni ihthís

Icelandic

Slćgđur fiskur

Italian

Pesce sventrato

Japanese

Wata-nuki, Tsubo-nuki

Norwegian

Slřyd fisk

Polish

Ryba patroszona

Portuguese

Peixe eviscerado

Russian

Рыбные внутренности

Serbo-Croat

Riba kojoj je izvadjena utroba

Spanish

Pescado eviscerado

Swedish

Rensad fisk

Turkish

Ayıklanmıç balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fermented fish paste prepared from mixture of macerated fish flesh, salt and wheat bran, inoculated with a fungus called Aspergillus oryzae, formerly produced in industrial scale; more common similar product Uo-miso.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Gyomiso (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Gyomiso (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Gyomiso

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Name sometimes given to large cod used for salting.

Danish

 

Dutch

Labberdaan

English

Haberdine

Finnish

Iso turska

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Stórporskur

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Stortorsk

Polish

 

Portuguese

Bacalhau graúdo

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Stortorsk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Melanogrammus aeglefinus

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Kuller, Hvilling

Dutch

Schelvis, Schelviskkuller

English

Haddock, Seed haddock

Finnish

Kolja

French

Églefin, Aiglefin, Âne, Anon, Bourricot, Calever, Habillot, Saint-pierre

German

Schellfisch

Greek

Gádos sp, Bakaliaros

Icelandic

Ýsa

Italian

Asinello

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Hyse, Kolje

Polish

Plamiak, Łupacz

Portuguese

Arinca, Bacalhau

Russian

Пикша

Serbo-Croat

Ugotica

Spanish

Eglefino

Swedish

Kolja

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Steamed flakes of haddock flesh packed with potato in cans with broth made from salt pork, flour, onion, fish broth and seasoning; heat processed (N. America).

Danish

 

Dutch

Schelvis hutspot in blik

English

Haddock chowder

Finnish

Koljamuhennos

French

Soupe d'églefin

German

Schellfisch-suppe

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Zuppa di asinello

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Sopa de arinca

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sopa de eglefino

Swedish

Koljestuvning

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Various Merluccius and Urophycis spp.

Danish

 

Dutch

Heek

English

Hake

Finnish

 

French

Merlu

German

 

Greek

Bakaliáros

Icelandic

Lýsingur

Italian

Nasello

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Lysing

Polish

Morszczuk

Portuguese

 

Russian

Мерлуза, Хек

Serbo-Croat

Oslić

Spanish

Merluza

Swedish

Kummelsläktet

Turkish

Berlâm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Merluccius merluccius

Danish

Kulmule

Dutch

Stokvis

English

European hake, Cornish salmon, Hake, Herring hake

Finnish

Kummeliturska

French

Abadioa, Ânon, Bardot, Brochet de mer, Canapé, Colinet, Hoglet, Merlu blanc, Merluche, Nasello

German

Hechtdorsch, Seehecht

Greek

Bakaliáros, Mpakaliaros

Icelandic

Lýsingur

Italian

Merluzzo, Nasello

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Lysing

Polish

Morszczuk

Portuguese

Marmota, Pescada, Pescadinha

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Oslic

Spanish

Merluza, Carioca, Cria, European hake, Iluz, Lejatxa, Pescadilla, Pijotilla

Swedish

Kummel

Turkish

Berlam balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Hemiramphidae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Halfbeak

Finnish

Puolinokkakalat

French

Demi-bec

German

Halbschnabelhecht

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Mezzo-becco

Japanese

Savori

Norwegian

 

Polish

łdziobiec

Portuguese

Meia-agulha

Russian

Полурыловые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Halvnäbb

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Kyphosidae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Halfmoon

Finnish

 

French

Calicagčne demi-lune

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Skubacz

Portuguese

Escopriăo

Russian

Кифозовые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

Yarım ay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish removed from brine before it is fully cured.
Also synonymously used to Medium salted fish.

Danish

Letsaltet fisk

Dutch

Matig gezouten vis

English

Half-salted fish, Half-fresh fish

Finnish

Kevytsuolattu kala

French

Poisson demi-sel

German

 

Greek

Psári elafrá alatisméno

Icelandic

Halsaltđaur fiskur, Nćtursaltađur fiskur

Italian

Pesce semi-salato

Japanese

Usujio

Norwegian

Lettsaltet fisk

Polish

Ryba solankowana

Portuguese

Peixe semi-salgado

Russian

Рыба малосоленая

Serbo-Croat

Polu-soljena riba

Spanish

Pescado semi-salado

Swedish

Lättsaltad fisk

Turkish

Yari tuzlu balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Hippoglossus hippoglossus

Vannřya, Norway
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Helleflynder

Dutch

Heilbot

English

Atlantic halibut, Halibut

Finnish

Ruijanpallas

French

Flétan, Flétan de l'Atlantique

German

Heilbutt

Greek

Hippóglossa

Icelandic

Flyđya, Lúđa, Heilagfiski

Italian

Halibut

Japanese

Ohyô

Norwegian

Kveite

Polish

Halibut, Halibut bialy

Portuguese

Alabote-do-Atlăntico, Alabote

Russian

Атлантический палтус

Serbo-Croat

Koniski jezik

Spanish

Halibut, Fletan, Hipogloso, Fletán del Atlántico

Swedish

Helgeflundra, Hälleflundra

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Oil extracted from halibut livers, very rich in vitamins A and D.
Oil also extracted from Greenland halibut.
In Japan arrow toothed flatfish is used for the production of high potency vitamin oil.

Danish

Helleflynderleverolie

Dutch

Heilbot levertraan

English

Halibut liver oil

Finnish

Ruijanpallasmaksaöljy

French

Huile de foie de flétan

German

Heilbuttleberöl, Heilbuttlebertan

Greek

 

Icelandic

Lúđulýsi

Italian

 

Japanese

Ohyô kanyu

Norwegian

Kveitetran

Polish

Olej z wątrób halibuta

Portuguese

Óleo de figado de alabote

Russian

Масло из лечени палтуса

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Aceite de higado de halibut

Swedish

Helgeflundreleverolja

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Small porgy, sometimes eviscerated, skewered with bamboo pins, then dried after being toasted on fire.
Also dried in heated solid salt.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hamayaki-dai (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Hamayakidai (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Hamayaki-dai

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Sphyrna zygaena

Danish

Hammerhaj

Dutch

Gladde hamerhaai, Hamerhaai

English

Smooth hammerhead, Hammerhead shark, Round-headed hammerhead shark, Common smooth hammerhead shark

Finnish

Vasarahai

French

Cagnole, Lou peď judiou, Marteau, Pantouflier lavaco, Peď jouziou, Peď martel, Peďs judieú, Requin-marteau commun, Scroesna

German

Gemeiner Hammerfisch, Hammerhai, Meerschlägel, Schlägelfisch

Greek

Paterítsa, Pateritza, Zygaena, Zygaina, Zygena

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce martello

Japanese

Shiro-shumokuzame

Norwegian

Hamerhai

Polish

Rekin mlot a. glowomlot pospolity

Portuguese

Tubarăo-martelo

Russian

Молотоголовые акулы

Serbo-Croat

Jaram, Mlat

Spanish

Cachona, Carnuda, Cornudilla, Leunada, Martell, Medialuna, Pez martillo, Sarda de cachas, Tailandano, Tollo cruz

Swedish

Hammarhaj

Turkish

Çekiç, Çekiç balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Scientific name: Sphyrna mokarran

Danish

 

Dutch

Grote hamerhaai

English

Great hammerhead shark, Great hammerhead, Squat-headed hammerhead shark

Finnish

Isovasarahai

French

Grand requin-marteau

German

Großer Hammerhai

Greek

Megalozygena

Icelandic

 

Italian

Grande squalo martello

Japanese

Hira-shumokuzame, Nami-shumokuzame

Norwegian

 

Polish

Glowomlot olbrzymi

Portuguese

Tubarăo-martelo-gigante

Russian

Молотоголовые акулы

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Cachona grande, Cachona, Cornuda gigante, Pez martillo gigante, Tollo cruz, Tiburón martillo

Swedish

Stor hammarhaj

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish jelly product made by putting kneaded shark meat mixed with ground yam potato into boiling water. As it has a sponge-like texture, it floats when put into soup.
See Kamaboko.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hampen (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Hampen (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Hampen

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

Полиприон-апуку

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Polyprion oxygeneios

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hapuku wreckfish, Grouper

Finnish

Hylkyahven

French

Cernier de Juan Fernandez

German

Neuseeländischer Wrackbarsch

Greek

Vláchos

Icelandic

 

Italian

Cernia Neozelandese

Japanese

Minami-osuzuki, Nyuuziirando-oohata

Norwegian

 

Polish

Wrakon nowozelandzki

Portuguese

Cherne da Novazelandia

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Kirnja

Spanish

Bacalao, Cherna hapuku

Swedish

Vrakfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Polyprion americanus

Danish

Vragfisk

Dutch

Wrakbaars

English

Wreckfish, Atlantic wreckfish, Cherna, Sea rock perch, Stone bass, Wreck bass

Finnish

Hylkyahven

French

Cernia, Cernio escourpena, Franfré rascas, Lucerna, Mérou de Bosques, Mérou fanfré, Péro-mérot, Peskar goat, Poisson de bois

German

Wrackfisch, Wrackbarsch

Greek

Vlachos, Vláchos

Icelandic

Blákarpi, Rekaldsfiskur

Italian

Cernia di fondale

Japanese

Aruzentin-oohata

Norwegian

Vrakfisk

Polish

Wrakon

Portuguese

Cherna, Cherne, Cherne-americano

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Kirnja glavulja

Spanish

Bacalao, Cherna, Chernoda, Dot, Jorna, Mero de roca, Pampol

Swedish

Vrakfisk, Vrakabborre

Turkish

Iskorpit hanisi, İskorpithanisi balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Scientific name:
Name used for various species of clams.

Danish

 

Dutch

Venusschelp

English

Hard clam

Finnish

 

French

 

German

Venusmuschel

Greek

Ahiváda

Icelandic

 

Italian

Vongole dure

Japanese

Hamaguri, Hokkigai

Norwegian

 

Polish

Małże venus

Portuguese

Clame

Russian

Морской моллюск (венерка)

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Mussla

Turkish

Midye türü

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
White fish, particularly cod, that have been dry-salted and dried to a moisture content of 40% or less.
(Compare with Soft cure).
Less precisely, the term Hard cure may refer to white or fatty fish that have been subjected to prolonged salting (see Heavy salted fish) or smoking (see hard smoked fish).
In Germany the term 'Hartsalzung' (hard cure) refers to white fish that have been dry-salted to a content of more than 13% within the tissue or more than 20% in the tissue water.

Danish

Hĺrdsaltet fisk

Dutch

Zwaar gezouten en/of gerookte vis

English

Hard cure, Full cured fish, Full pickle fish

Finnish

Kovasuolattu ja kuivattu kala

French

 

German

Hartsalzung

Greek

Psári xeró alatisméno

Icelandic

Fullţburrkađurr fiskur

Italian

Pesce salato a secco e asciugato

Japanese

Karajio, Kowajio, Katashio

Norwegian

Skarpsaltet og třrket fisk

Polish

Mocne solenie, Suszenie

Portuguese

Cura carregada

Russian

Консервирование

Serbo-Croat

Jako obradjena riba, Jako soljena ili dimljena riba

Spanish

 

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad och torkad fisk

Turkish

Lakerda veya tuzlu balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Name employed for various species of different families.
Also used for Atlantic croaker, Grey gurnard and Pacific grey.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hardhead

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Herring, whole gibbed or gutted, salted in barrels, also in watertight containers (basins) with 25 to 33% of weight of salt (salt content within the tissue about 24%.
In Germany different trade designations are used: 'Fetthering' from fat herring with gonads only slightly or not developed. 'Vollhering' filled with gonads; if not assorted, 'Vollfetthering'; 'Ihlenhering' (or Yhlenhering') are also hard salt cured herring, but spawned and low fat content. 'Wrackhering' are assorted hard salted herring, which may be lightly damaged but not broken in pieces; all products marketed in barrels of 102 litre capacity and assorted in sizes of herring (e.g. below 600, 601 to 700 herring per barrel, etc).
See Mattie and Crown brand.

Danish

Hĺrdtsaltet sild

Dutch

Zwaar gezouten haring

English

Hard salted herring

Finnish

Kovasuolattu silli

French

Hareng fortement salé

German

Hartgesalzener Hering

Greek

Réges paités

Icelandic

Harđsöltuđ sild

Italian

Aringhe sursalate

Japanese

Katashio nishin

Norwegian

Skarpsaltet sild

Polish

Śledż mocno solony

Portuguese

Arenque muito salgado

Russian

Крепкосоленая сельдь

Serbo-Croat

Jako soljena heringa

Spanish

 

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad sill

Turkish

Sert tuzlu ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Split salmon or salmon sides pickle-salted in vats and packed in brine in barrels; salted until thoroughly impregnated; usually Pacific salmon spp. (U.S.A.); also called Pickled salmon.

Danish

Hĺrdsaltet laks

Dutch

Zwaar gezouten zalm

English

Hard salted salmon

Finnish

Kovasuolattu lohi

French

Saumon fotement salé

German

Hartgesalzener Lachs

Greek

 

Icelandic

Harđsaltađur lax

Italian

Salmone in salamoia

Japanese

Shio-zake

Norwegian

Spekelaks

Polish

Łosoś mocno solony

Portuguese

Salmăo muito salgado

Russian

Крепкосоленая лосось

Serbo-Croat

Jako soljeni losos

Spanish

Salmon en salmuera

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad lax

Turkish

Sert tuzlu som iyice tuzlanmiş som

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish subjected to prolonged periods of cold smoke until hard; e.g. Golden cure (hard smoked herring), or Red herring.

Danish

Stćrktrřget fisk, Koldrřget fisk

Dutch

Dubbelgerookte vis

English

Hard smoked fish

Finnish

Voimakkaasti savustettu kala

French

Poisson fortement fumé

German

Hartgeräucherter Fisch

Greek

Psári kapnistó

Icelandic

Reyktur fiskur

Italian

Pesce affumicato duro

Japanese

Kunsei, Reikun-hin

Norwegian

Hardrřkt fisk

Polish

Ryba wędzona na zimno

Portuguese

Peixe fortement fumado

Russian

Сильно копченая рыба

Serbo-Croat

Jako hladno dimljena riba

Spanish

Pescado ahumado en frío

Swedish

Hĺrdrökt fisk

Turkish

Lyice füme edilmiş balik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Salted herring, partially desalted and cold smoked, whole ungutted or gibbed; also heads and gut removed; curing time with salt is 2 to 3 weeks; called 'Demi-sel' when subject to prolonged desalting for more than 46 hours and lightly cold-smoked. Also called familiarly 'Gendarme'.
Similar products in Germany: Lachshering (whole), Lachbückling (headed).

Danish

 

Dutch

Spekbokking, Engelse bokking, Zalm-bokking

English

Hareng saur (France)

Finnish

 

French

Hareng saur

German

Lachshering, Lachsbückling

Greek

Réges kaenistés

Icelandic

 

Italian

Aringa affumicata

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arenque salgado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Peprilus paru

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

American harvestfish

Finnish

 

French

Stromaté lune

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Nishi-managatsuo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Błyszczyk

Portuguese

 

Russian

Помпаны

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Palometa mono, Palometa pampano

Swedish

Amerikansk skördefisk, Skördefisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Peprilus alepidotus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Harvestfish, North Atlantic harvestfish

Finnish

Voikala

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Błyszczyk

Portuguese

Pâmpano do Pacifico, Pâmpano-lua

Russian

Помпаны

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Palometa mono, Palometa pompano

Swedish

Skördefisk, Smörfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish from which the heads have been cut or broken off.

Danish

Hovedskĺret fisk

Dutch

 

English

Headed fish, Beheaded fish, Headless fish, Headoff fish, Headed fish with bone

Finnish

Päätön kala

French

Poisson Étęté

German

Geköpfter Fisch

Greek

Psári aképhalo

Icelandic

Hausađur fiskur

Italian

Pesce decapitato

Japanese

Mutô-gyo, Kashira otoshi

Norwegian

Hodekappet fisk

Polish

Ryba odgłowiona

Portuguese

Peixe descabeçado

Russian

Тушка рыбы

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Pescado descabezado

Swedish

Huvudkapad fisk

Turkish

Başı Kesilmiş balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish cured by adding salt so that product contains approximately 40% salt on dry weight basis. Moisture content for heavy salted cod is a follows: (Canada)
Extra hard dried, not over 35%
Hard dried, not over 40%
Dry, 40% to 42%
Semi-Dry, 42% to 44%
Ordinary cure , 44% to 50%
Soft dried, over 50% but not exceeding 54%
See also Hard salted salmon, Hard salted herring.

Danish

Fudsaltet fisk

Dutch

Zwaar gezouten vis

English

Heavy salted fish

Finnish

Kovasuolattu kala

French

Poisson fortement salé

German

Hartgesalzener Fisch

Greek

Psári xeró alatisméno

Icelandic

Harđsaltur fiskur

Italian

Pesce fortemente salato

Japanese

Katashio, Kowajio, Karashio

Norwegian

Skarpsaltet fisk

Polish

Ryba mocno solona

Portuguese

Peixe fortemente salgado

Russian

Крепкосоленая рыба

Serbo-Croat

Jako soljena riba

Spanish

Pescado sobresalado

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad fisk

Turkish

Çok tuzlu balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Product obtained by heavy salting but without hard drying, so that salt content averages about 17% on weight basis and moisture content about 47%.

Danish

Fudsaltet og lettřret fisk

Dutch

Zwaar gezouten, Licht gedroogde vis

English

Heavy salted soft cure (North America)

Finnish

Kovasuolattu kala ilman kuivausta

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Balautsaltađur, Fullstađinn fiskur

Italian

Pesce fortemente salato e asciugato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Cura lenta de peixe de salga carregada

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad fisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Name used for Lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) belonging to the family Cyclopteridae.
Name also used for Plaice (Europe) (Pleuronectes platessa).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Henfish

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Young Sea trout.

Danish

 

Dutch

Zeeforel

English

Herling

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Trotella

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Młoda troć wędrowna

Portuguese

Truta

Russian

Молодь форели

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Clupea harengus

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Sild, Atlantisk sild

Dutch

Haring, Toter

English

Atlantic herring, Herring, Digby, Mattie, Sild, Yawling, Sea Atlantic herring

Finnish

Silli, Tyynenmerensilli, Silakka

French

Hareng, Hareng atlantique, Hareng de l'Atlantique

German

Hering, Allec, Silling

Greek

Régha

Icelandic

Síld

Italian

Aringa

Japanese

Nishin, Kadoiwashi

Norwegian

Sild

Polish

Śledż, Sledz atlantycki a. oceaniczny

Portuguese

Arenque

Russian

Атлантическая (мурманская, многопозвонковая) сельдь

Serbo-Croat

Heringa, Sledy

Spanish

Arenque, Arenque del Atlántico, Herring

Swedish

Sill, Strömming

Turkish

Ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Small pieces of boneless skinless fillets of herring packed in various sauces (wine, sour, cream or tomato cocktail).
In Germany also with skin and bones as Marinade or Kochfischwaren; in Norway the term is used for canned small pieces of young herring packed in oil or sauces.
See also Gaffelbidder.

Danish

 

Dutch

Stukjes haring in saus

English

Herring cutlets

Finnish

Silli haarukkapalonia

French

Filets de hareng

German

Heringshappen

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Cotolette di aringa

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Bocados de filetes de arenque

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Trocitos de filetes de arenque

Swedish

Skivsill

Turkish

Parçalanmiş ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Cooked fish product prepared with herring, paced in jelly, also slices of cucumber, carrots and spices added.
Also called Kochfischwaren.

Danish

Sild i gele

Dutch

Haring in gelei

English

Herring in Jelly, Aspic herring, Jelly herring

Finnish

Silliä geleessä

French

Hareng en gelée

German

Hering in Gelee

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sild í hlaupi

Italian

Aringa in gelatina

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Śledż w galarecie

Portuguese

Arenque em geleia

Russian

Сельдь в желе

Serbo-Croat

Hering u želeu, Heringa u aspiku

Spanish

Arenque a la gelatina

Swedish

Sill i gelé

Turkish

Jöle içinde ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fillets of salted herring, partly desalted and marinated with vinegar or marinated herring fillets prepared with different supplements, like wine, spices, sour cream, sweet cream, sieved herring milt, onions, cucumbers, etc.

Danish

 

Dutch

Haring in zure roomsaus

English

Herring in sour cream sauce

Finnish

Silliä semtanakastikkeessa

French

Hareng ŕ la crčme

German

Hering in saurer Sahne, Eingelegte heringe nach hausfrauenart

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Aringhe alla cream acida

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Śledż w sosie śmietankowym

Portuguese

Arenque em creme ácido

Russian

Сельдь в сметаном соусе

Serbo-Croat

Heringa u kiselom umaku i dodatcima

Spanish

Arenque en slasa a la crema

Swedish

Sill i sur gräddsĺs

Turkish

Ringa (ekş i krema içinde)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Vinegar-cured herring fillets packed in a sauce made from white wine, vinegar, onions, sugar and spices.
Marketed : Semi-preserved.
Also canned: precooked herring fillets; packed in liquid wine sauce or with binding material, thickened sauces, with wine as flavouring, ingredient; sometimes named according to the kind of wine, e.g. in Malaga wine sauce.

Danish

 

Dutch

Haring in wijnsaus

English

Herring in wine sauce

Finnish

Silliä viinikastikkeessa

French

Hareng mariné au vin

German

Hering in Weinsosse

Greek

 

Icelandic

Síld í vínsósu

Italian

Aringhe al vino bianco

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arenque em molho de vinho

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Heringa u umaku od vina

Spanish

Arenques en salsa de vino

Swedish

Sill i vinsĺs

Turkish

Şarap soslu ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish meal prepared from herring and herring waste; see Fish meal.
In Japan, oriental saury, mackerel, sardines etc., are mainly used for the production of fish meal.

Danish

Sildemel

Dutch

Haringmeel

English

Herring meal

Finnish

Sillijauho, Rehulaatu

French

Farine de hareng

German

Heringsmehl

Greek

Ichthyálevro appo régges

Icelandic

Síldarmjöl

Italian

Farina di aringhe

Japanese

Nishin gyofun

Norwegian

Sildemel

Polish

Mączka śledziowa

Portuguese

Farinha de arenque

Russian

Мука из сельди

Serbo-Croat

Riblje brašno od heringe

Spanish

Harina de arenque

Swedish

Sillmjöl

Turkish

Ringa unu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Herring milts mixed with vinegar sauce and strained through a sieve to remove membranes; used for packing vinegar cured herring products.

Danish

 

Dutch

Haringhomsaus

English

Herring milt sauce

Finnish

Sillinmaitikastike

French

Sauce de laitance de hareng

German

Michnersosse, Milchnertunke

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sviljasósa

Italian

Salsa di latte di aringhe

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Molho de lácteas do aronque

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Salsa de criadillas de arenque

Swedish

Sillmjölkesĺs

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish body oil extracted from herring, usually by cooking and pressing.

Danish

Sildeolie

Dutch

Haringolie

English

Herring oil

Finnish

Silliöljy

French

Huile de hareng

German

Heringsöl

Greek

Ladi apo régges

Icelandic

Síldarlýsi

Italian

Olio de aringhe

Japanese

Nishin yu

Norwegian

Sildeolje

Polish

Olej śledziwy

Portuguese

Óleo de arenque

Russian

Масло из сельди

Serbo-Croat

Riblje ulje od heringe

Spanish

Aceite de arenque

Swedish

Sillolja

Turkish

Ringa yağı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Delicatessen products made from vinegar cured, mostly diced, herring fillets, e.g. Sauerlappen; also from salt herring, e.g. Matje cured herring, Spice cured herring, mixed together with diced cucumbers, onions, vegetables, spices and mayonnaise; may be packed unprocessed in containers which are not air-tight, also in glass jars or cans. Recipes vary from country to country, but many originate from Germany; typical are White herring salad, and Red herring salad (from added pickled red beetroot); also Dry herring salad (Trockener Heringssalat) only prepared with some oil, also with vinegar.

Danish

Sildesalat

Dutch

Haringsalade

English

Herring salad

Finnish

Sillisalaatti

French

Salade de hareng

German

Heringssalat

Greek

 

Icelandic

Síldasalat

Italian

Insalata di aringhe

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sildesalat

Polish

Sałatka śledziowa

Portuguese

Salada de arenque

Russian

Салат из сельди

Serbo-Croat

Salata od heringe

Spanish

Ensalada de arenques

Swedish

Sillsallad

Turkish

Ringa salatası

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Pieces of marinated herring fillets, also from salt herring with sliced or diced onions, cucumbers, also celery, spices and mayonnaise; also with herring milt sauce added.
Minimum herring content: 50%.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Heringsstip (Germany)

Finnish

 

French

Heringsstip (Allemagne)

German

Heringsstip

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Tenualosa ilisha

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hilsa, Hilsa herring, Hilsa shad

Finnish

 

French

Alose hilsa

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Hilza indyjska

Portuguese

Pala

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sábalo hilsa

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Chelidonichthys spp.
Several species are fished commercially in Japanese waters; marketed fresh, sometimes alive.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hobo gurnard

Finnish

 

French

Grondin Japonais

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Hôbô

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Trinectes maculatus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hogchoker

Finnish

 

French

Sole bavoche

German

Amerikanische Seezunge, Gefleckte Flunder, Sandflunder, Zwergflunder

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Achira

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Macruronus novaezelandiae
Also used for Surimi.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Blue grenadier, Hoki, New Zealand whiptail

Finnish

 

French

Grenadier bleu

German

Langschwanzseehecht

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Nasello azzurro

Japanese

Hoki

Norwegian

 

Polish

Miruna nowozelandzka

Portuguese

Granadeiro-azul

Russian

Новозеландский макруронус

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Cola de rata azul, Merluza, Merluza azul, Merluza de cola azul

Swedish

Blĺ grenadjär, Hoki

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
A liquid product from whole fish or offal containing about 50% of moisture, prepared as an alternative to fish meal (U.S.A.).
The term Liquid fish is used synonymously . Should not be confused with Condensed fish solubles.

Danish

 

Dutch

Ingedampte vis

English

Homogenised condensed fish, Liquid fish

Finnish

Homogenoitu kalatiiviste

French

Hydroly sat, Poisson liquide

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce omogeinizzato condensato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Peixe condensado homogeneizado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Trachurus trachurus

Řresund Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Hestemakrel

Dutch

Horsmakreel, Marsbanker

English

Atlantic horse mackerel, Horse mackerel, Scad

Finnish

Piikkimakrilli

French

Chinchard commun, Chinchard d'Europe, Saurel, Severeau

German

Bastardmakrele, Holzmakrele, Stöcker

Greek

Grizosavrido, Savridi

Icelandic

Brynstirtla

Italian

Scombro bastardo, Sorello, Sugarello, Suro, Suro di fondo

Japanese

Aji, Maaji, Muroaji

Norwegian

Taggmakrell, Hestemakrell

Polish

Ostrobok pospolity

Portuguese

Carapau, Chicharro

Russian

Ставриды; сигарные (десятиперые) ставриды

Serbo-Croat

Sarun, Snjur, Trnobok

Spanish

Chicharro, Chincho, Horse mackerel, Jurel, Sorell, Xurelo

Swedish

Taggmakrill, Makrillstör, Hästemakrill

Turkish

Istavrit, İstavrit balığı, Karagöz istavrit, Karagözistavrit balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Saragassum enerve
(Japan) Seeweed.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Horsetail tang

Finnish

Sargassolevä

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Sargasso

Japanese

Hondawara

Norwegian

 

Polish

Gronorost sargassum

Portuguese

Alga

Russian

Бурые водоросли

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish that have been marinated in hot vinegar.
See also Kochfischwaren (Germany).

Danish

 

Dutch

Vis ingelegd in hete azijn

English

Hot-marinated fish

Finnish

Kuumamarinoitu kala

French

Poisson mariné ŕ chaud

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce marinato a caldo

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Peixe em vinagre quente

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Topio marinirana riba

Spanish

Pescado escabethado en caliente

Swedish

Varmmarinerad fisk

Turkish

Sıcak marinasyon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish cured in hot smoke at temperature up to 250şF (about 120şC) so that the protein is coagulated and the product can be eaten without further cooking. Temperature in the fish must reach at least 140şF (60şC); various products. Buckling, Fleckhering (Germany), Kieler sprotten (Germany), Bloater and Smokie.

Danish

Varmrřget fisk

Dutch

Warm gerookte vis, Gestoomde vis

English

Hot-smoked fish

Finnish

Lämminsavustettu kala

French

Poisson fumé ŕ chaud

German

Heissgeräucherter Fisch

Greek

Psári kannistó

Icelandic

Heitreyktur fiskur

Italian

Pesce affumicato a caldo

Japanese

Onkun

Norwegian

Varmrřkt fisk

Polish

Ryba wędzona na gorąca

Portuguese

Peixe fumado a quente

Russian

Рыба горячего копчения

Serbo-Croat

Toplo dimljena riba

Spanish

Pescado ahumado en caliente

Swedish

Varmrökt fisk

Turkish

Sıcak füme balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Coregonus oxyrinchus
See also Whitefish.

Danish

Snćbel

Dutch

Houting

English

Houting

Finnish

Järvisiika, Siika

French

Corégone, Bondelle

German

Edelmaräne, Gangfisch, Kleine Schwebrenke, Nordseeschnäpel, Schnäpel, Schnepel

Greek

Korégonos

Icelandic

 

Italian

Bondella, Coregone, Coregone musino

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Nebbsik

Polish

Sielawa

Portuguese

Coregono bicudo, Coregono-bicudo

Russian

Европейская ряпушка

Serbo-Croat

Ozimica

Spanish

 

Swedish

Näbbsik, Älvsik, Planktonsik

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Oxynotus centrina

Danish

 

Dutch

Grootvinruwhaai, Strijkijzerruwhaai

English

Angular roughshark, Angular rough shark, Humantin

Finnish

 

French

Centrine commune

German

Meersau

Greek

Gourounópsara, Kentroni, Oxynotos

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce porco

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Brazosz

Portuguese

Peixe-porco, Porco

Russian

Акула-свинья, Обыкновенная центрина

Serbo-Croat

Morski prasac

Spanish

Cerdo marino

Swedish

Trekantshaj

Turkish

Domuz baigi, Domuz balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Megaptera novaenglia
See whales.

Danish

Pukkelhval

Dutch

Bultrug

English

Humback whale, Hunchbacked whale

Finnish

Ryhävalas

French

Jubarte

German

Buckelwal

Greek

 

Icelandic

Hnufubakur

Italian

Megattera, Balenottera gobba

Japanese

Zatôkujira

Norwegian

Knřlhval

Polish

Humbak

Portuguese

Baleia-de-bossas

Russian

Горбач (усатый кит)

Serbo-Croat

Vrsta kita

Spanish

Ballena nudosa, Ballena jorobada

Swedish

Knölval, Puckelval

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
One of the recommended trade names for Dogfish in U.K.; may also be called Flake or Rigg.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Huss

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

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Scientific name: Leuciscus idus

Kotka, Finland
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Rimte, Ejbygedde, Emde, Strandkarpe

Dutch

Winde

English

Ide, Orfe, Orff

Finnish

Säyne

French

Véron, Ide, Ide mélanote

German

Aland, Gäse, Goldorfe, Jesen, Nerfling, Orfe

Greek

Leukískos-tsiróni

Icelandic

 

Italian

Ido

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Vederbuk

Polish

Jaż

Portuguese

Escalo-prateado, Escalo

Russian

Язь

Serbo-Croat

Jeź

Spanish

Cacho, Cachuelo

Swedish

Id

Turkish