Irish Fruits & Vegetables

This is a list of fruits and vegetables in Irish. Knowing these plants can be helpful when shopping in a grocery store or even restaurant.

Lemons: liomaid
Apples: ubhal
Oranges: orainds
Peaches: peitseag
Figs: fìgis
Pears: peur
Pineapples: anann
Grapes: fìon-dhearc
Strawberries: sùbh-làir
Bananas: banana
Watermelon: meal-bhuc uisge
Avocados: abhocado

Now here is the list of some commonly used vegetables:

Carrots : curran
Corn: arbhar
Cucumbers: cularan
Garlic: creamh
Lettuce: leatas
Olives: dearc-ola
Onions: uinnean
Peppers: piobar
Potatoes: buntàta
Pumpkin: puimcean
Beans: pònair
Tomatoes: tomàto

The following sentences include some fruits and vegetables mentioned above to show you how you can use them in your daily conversation.

This fruit is delicious: Tha am meas blàsta.
Vegetables are healthy: Tha glasraichean fallain.
I like bananas: 'S toil leam bananaichean.
I don't like cucumber: Cha toil leam cularan.
Bananas taste sweet: Tha bananaichean a' blasadh milis.
Lemons taste sour: Tha liomaidean a' blasadh searbh.

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