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Wild Mint

Mentha arvensis L.

Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Mentha arvensis L.
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Mentha arvensis L. according to The Plant List with literature via Roderic D. M. Page /Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)

Synonyms

Mentha penardii (Briq.) Rydb.
Recognized by USDA PLANTS images

Common Names

Arabic

نعناع حقلي
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Assamese

পদিনা
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Azerbaijani

Çəmən yarpızı
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Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

Åkermynte
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Chinese

土薄荷
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玉米薄荷
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薄荷
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Czech

máta rolní
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Danish

Ager-Mynte
Recognized by Wikidata

Dutch; Flemish

Akkermunt
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English

wild mint preferred
corn mint
Recognized by Wikidata
field mint
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Estonian

Põldmünt
Recognized by Wikidata

Finnish

Peltominttu
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Rantaminttu
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French

Herbe d'anguille
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Menthe des champs
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Menthe sauvage
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Galician

Menta brava
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German

Acker-Minze
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Ackerminze
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Feldminze
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Kornminze
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Gujarati

ફુદીનો
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Hindi

पुदीना
Recognized by Wikidata
पोदीना
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Indonesian

Bijanggut
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Italian

Menta dei campi
Recognized by Wikidata
Menta selvatica
Recognized by Wikidata
Mentastro
Recognized by Wikidata

Japanese

コーンミント
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ジャパニーズペパーミント
Recognized by Wikidata
ジャパニーズミント
Recognized by Wikidata
ニホンハッカ
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ワシュハッカ
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和種薄荷
Recognized by Wikidata
日本薄荷
Recognized by Wikidata

Kannada

ಪುದೀನ
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Kurdish

Pûjana çîmenê
Recognized by Wikidata

Latvian

Tīruma mētra
Recognized by Wikidata

Lithuanian

Dirvinė mėta
Recognized by Wikidata

Marathi

पुदिना
Recognized by Wikidata

Navajo; Navaho

Tólchiin
Recognized by Wikidata

Nepali

पुदिना
Recognized by Wikidata

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian

Åkermynte
Recognized by Wikidata

Oriya

ପୁଦିନା
Recognized by Wikidata

Persian

نعنای وحشی
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Polish

Mięta polna
Recognized by Wikidata

Portuguese

Hortela-brava
Recognized by Wikidata
Hortelã-brava
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Russian

Мята луговая
Recognized by Wikidata
Мята полевая
Recognized by Wikidata

Sanskrit

पुतिहासस्यम्
Recognized by Wikidata
पुदिनापत्रम्
Recognized by Wikidata

Slovak

mäta roľná
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Slovenian

njivska meta
Recognized by Wikidata

Spanish; Castilian

asanda
Recognized by Wikidata
hierba buena
Recognized by Wikidata
hierbabuena
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menta
Recognized by Wikidata
té del río
Recognized by Wikidata
yerba buena de los campos
Recognized by Wikidata

Sundanese

Bijanggut
Recognized by Wikidata

Swedish

Åkermynta
Recognized by Wikidata

Thai

มินต์ป่า
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Turkish

Japon nanesi
Recognized by Wikidata

Ukrainian

Дика м'ята
Recognized by Wikidata
Драголюб
Recognized by Wikidata
Котячка
Recognized by Wikidata
М'ята дика
Recognized by Wikidata
М'ята кінська
Recognized by Wikidata
М'ята польова
Recognized by Wikidata

Unspecified

Ayazmã
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Rólna mjetlička
Recognized by Wikidata
Ùrażewé zelé
Recognized by Wikidata
Бэрэтӏинагъуэ
Recognized by Wikidata

Vietnamese

Bạc hà nam
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Bạc hà á
Recognized by Wikidata

Welsh

Mintys yr âr
Recognized by Wikidata

i18n: Ku Arab

پووژانا چیمەنێ
Recognized by Wikidata

i18n: Ku Latn

Pûjana çîmenê
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i18n: Pnb

پودینہ
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