Onion allium cepa l liliaceae

Notes (Onion):

We remember the fish, which we did eat in Egypt freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlick: But our soul is dried away: there is nothing at all, beside this manna, before our eyes.

Numbers 11:5-6 (KJV)

We remember the fish we ate in Egypt for nothing, the cucumbers, the melons, the leeks, the onions, and the garlic; but now our strength is dried up, and there is nothing at all but this manna to look at.

Numbers 11:5-6 (RSV)

How we remember the fish that we used to eat in Egypt for nothing, the cucumbers and the water melons, and the leeks and the onions, and the garlic; But now our soul is dried away. Our eyes are on nothing at all except the manna.

Numbers 11:5-6 (NWT)

Although widely used in biblical times, the onion is only mentioned once, in Numbers 11, true also of the leek and the garlic that we hear built the pyramids. Medicinally, I view the leek and onions as dilute garlic (BIB).

Common Names (Onion):

Akaakai (Hawaii; LIB); Albasa (Hausa; KAB); Albassa-Haoussa (Sudan; AVP); Azalim (Ber.; BOU); Azlim (Ber.; BOU); Basal (Arab.; Malta; GHA; KAB); Basar (Sin.; NAD); Basl (Arab.; DEP; EFS; NAD); Basla (Malta; KAB); Baslim (Ber.; BOU); Bassal (Arab.; BOU); Bawang (Mal.; Malaya; DEP; EFS; NAD); Besla (Arab.; BOU); Bhazal (Heb.; KAB); Bolle (Ger.; KAB); Btsong (Tibet; NPM; TIB); Ceapa (Rom.; KAB); Ceba (Lan.; KAB); Cebo (Lan.; KAB); Cebola (Mad. Por.; AVP; EFS); Cebola Comun (Por.; AVP); Cebola las Hortas (Por.; KAB); Cebola Ordinario (Por.; KAB); Cebolla (Bel.; Sp.; AVP; EFS); Cebolla Cabezona (Sp.; AVP); Cebula (Pol.; KAB); Ceola (It.; KAB); Cepa (Lan.; KAB); Chabura (Uvosha; Peru; SOU); Ciboria (Peru; Shipibo/Conibo; EGG); Ciboule (Fr.; KAB); Cipolla (It.; EFS; KAB); Dirghapatra (Sanskrit; KAB); Dungari (Guj.; Sin.; DEP; KAB); Dungari Kandu (Guj.; Sin.; NAD); Durgandha (Sanskrit; NAD); Echte Zwiebel (Ger.; EFS); Eerulli (Mal.; NAD); Fara Albassa (Sudan; AVP); Gabu (Sokoto; KAB); Gemein Zwiebel (Ger.; EFS); Guda (Kano; KAB); Gudagi (Sokoto; KAB); Hagyma (Hun.; KAB); Hui Hui Ts'ung (China; EFS); Hu Ts'ung (China; EFS); Ira-Vengayam (Tam.; DEP; KAB); Irulli (Tam.; DEP; KAB; NAD); Jaman Pullu (Aym.; Bol.; DLZ); Kanda (Bom.; Mah.; Mar.; DEP; KAB; NAD); Kando (Kon.; KAB); Kes-unni (Burma; DEP; KAB; NAD); Khtim (Cam.; KAB); Kiska (Tur.; EB54:155); Krommyon (Greek; KAB); Ku Kut (Mex.; AVP); Kunbali (Kan.; DEP; KAB); Kyetthwonni (Burma; DEP; KAB; NAD); Lasona (Ilo.; KAB); Lasuna (Tag.; KAB); Lauch (Ger.; AVP); Lawashi (Sokoto; KAB); Lebsal (Ber.; BOU); Loegen (Den.; KAB); Log (Den.; EFS); Lok (Swe.; EFS); Luk (Rus.; KAB); Lunu (Sin.; KAB; NAD); Makakanda (Sanskrit; KAB); Makkhang (Limbu; NPM); Mi (Sur.; AVP); Neermulli (Tel.; NAD); Neerulli (Kan.; NAD); Nirulli (Kan.; Tel.; DEP; KAB); Nripakanda (Sanskrit; KAB); Nripa-priya (Sanskrit; KAB); Nripavhaya (Sanskrit; KAB); Nripeshtha (Sanskrit; KAB); Ochong (Lepcha; NPM); Ognon (Haiti; AVP); Oignon (Fr.; Haiti; AVP; EFS); Oignon Comun (Fr.; KAB); Oignon de Cuisine (Fr.; KAB); Onion (Eng.; CR2; NAD); Onyan (Ulwa; ULW); Palandu (Beng.; Sanskrit; EFS; NAD); Piaj (San.; KAB); Piau (Kon.; KAB); Piyaj (Beng.; DEP; NAD); Piyang (Beng.; NAD);

FIGURE 1.5 Onion (Allium cepa).

Piyas (Assam; Hindi; India; Iran; DEP; EFS; KAB; NAD); Piyaz (Hindu; Iran; Nepal; Urdu; EFS; KAB; NAD; SUW); Pulantic (Beng.; NAD); Puyaj (Bom.; KAB); Pyaj (Beng.; Bhojpuri; Chepang; Gurung; Magar; Mooshar; Nepal; Newari; Sunwar; Tamang; Tharu; NAD; NPM); Rajapalandu (Sanskrit; KAB); Rajapriya (Sanskrit; KAB); Rajeshtha (Sanskrit; KAB); Raktakanda (Sanskrit; KAB); Ri-Sgog (Tibet; NPM); Rochaka (Sanskrit; KAB); Roedloek (Swe.; KAB); Safa (Sokoto; KAB); Seba (Cat.; KAB); Sebuya (Garifuna; IED); Seigola (It.; AVP); Shaja (Kano; KAB); Sibojo (Ma.; JFM); Sibuyas (Pam.; Tag.; KAB); Siepel (Dutch; EFS); Siwulla (Aym.; Bol.; Que.; DLZ); Sochan (Tur.; KAB); Sogan (Tur.; EFS; EB49:406); Sommer-Kuchen Zwiebel (Ger.; EFS); Tamanegi (Japan; TAN); Tibsal (Ber.; BOU); Tongolo (Hova; KAB); Tongolobe (Hova; KAB); Tongolovazaha (Hova; KAB); Ts'ong Tse (China; KAB); Ui (Dutch; Ma.; EFS; JFM); Uigen (Dutch; KAB); Ullegaddi (Tam.; NAD); Vella-Vengayam (Tam.; DEP; KAB); Vengayam (Kan.; Tam.; DEP; NAD); Vorosha-gyma (Hun.; EFS); Vulli-Gaddalu (Tam.; Tel.; DEP; KAB); Xonocatl (Mex.; AVP); Yangoa (Korea; TAN); Yavanestha (Sanskrit; KAB); Yerragadda (Tel.; NAD); Zalim (Ber.; BOU); Zipolle (Ger.; KAB); Zippel (Ger.; KAB); Z'Oignon (Haiti; AHL); Zongnon (Haiti; AVP); Zonyon (Creole; Haiti; VOD); Zwiebel (Ger.; AVP; DEP; KAB).

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