Scientific name: Dugongidae

Danish

Manat

Dutch

Zeekoe

English

Seacow

Finnish

Dugongi

French

Jamatin

German

Seekuh

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sćkýr

Italian  
Japanese  
Norwegian Sjřku
Polish Krowa morska, Diugoń, Brzegowiec
Portuguese Dugongo
Russian Морская корова
Serbo-Croat  
Spanish Vaca marina
Swedish

Sjöko

Turkish Deniz ineği

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Scientific name: Holothuroidae

Danish

Sřpřlse, Sřagurk

Dutch

Zeekomkommer

English

Sea cucumber

Finnish

Merimakkara

French

Holothurie

German

Seegurke, Trepang

Greek

Holothoúria-agoouría tis thalássis

Icelandic

Sćbjúgu

Italian

Oloturia

Japanese

Namaka

Norwegian

Sjřpřlser

Polish

Ogórek morski, Trepang, Strzykwy

Portuguese

Holotúria

Russian

Морские огурцы

Serbo-Croat

Morski krastavas-trp

Spanish

Cohombro de mar, Trepang

Swedish

Sjögurka

Turkish

Deniz hıyarı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Delicatessen product prepared from shellfish or crustacean meat with sauces based on tomato ketchup, seasoning etc. bottled unprocessed or pasteurised.

Danish

Rejecoktail

Dutch

Kreeftcocktail, Schaaldierencocktail, Garnalencocktail

English

Seafood cocktail (U.S.A.)

Finnish

Äyiäissalaatti

French

Cocktail de fruits de mer (E.U.)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Cocktail di crostacei in flacone

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Skalldyrcocktail

Polish

 

Portuguese

Acepipes de mariscos

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Koktel od mesa školjkaša i rakova

Spanish

 

Swedish

Skaldjurscocktail

Turkish

Deniz ürüleri kokteyli

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Petromyzon marinus

England
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Havlampret, Havniřje

Dutch

Zeeprik

English

Sea lamprey, Great sea lamprey, Marine lamprey, Nannie nine eyes, Stone sucker, Eel sucker

Finnish

Merinahkiainen

French

Grande lamproie, Lamparda, Lampré, Lamproie de mer, Lamproie marine, Lamprua, Pesciu pece, Suchja pece

German

Große Lamprete, Großes Neunauge, Meerneunauge, Neunaugenkönig, Seelamprete

Greek

Petromyzon

Icelandic

Sćsteinsuga

Italian

Lampreda di mare

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Havniřye

Polish

Minóg morski

Portuguese

Lampreia do mar, Lampreia-do-mar, Lampreira (-marinha)

Russian

Морская миога

Serbo-Croat

Morska paklara

Spanish

Amprea, Chucladit, Ferrętimo, Lampardia, Llamprea, Llampresa de mar, Pegatimôn, Sea lamprey, Xuclador

Swedish

Havsnejonöga

Turkish

Derebofa balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Seals are captured to provide fur, sealskin, meal and oil; the most important species of fur seal is the Pribilof seal (Callorhinus ursinus) caught off Alaska; Hair seal, the most important of which is the Harp seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus), are a valuable source of skins for leather, or of oil.

Danish

Sćl

Dutch

Zeehond, Rob

English

Seal

Finnish

Hylje

French

Phoque

German

Robbe

Greek

Phocia

Icelandic

Selir

Italian

Foca

Japanese

Ottosei, Azarahi

Norwegian

Sel

Polish

Foka

Portuguese

Foca

Russian

Северный морской котик

Serbo-Croat

Tuljan

Spanish

Foca

Swedish

Säl

Turkish

Fok, Ayıbalığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Dalatias licha

Danish

Chokoladehaj

Dutch

Valse doornhaai, Zwarte haai

English

Kitefin shark, Seal shark, Darkie charlie

Finnish

 

French

Squale liche

German

 

Greek

Skymnoskylopsaro, Skylopsaro

Icelandic

Skarđaháfur

Italian

Zigrino

Japanese

Yoroizame

Norwegian

Spansk hĺkjerring

Polish

Liksa

Portuguese

Gata

Russian

Черная (пряморотая) акула, Далатия

Serbo-Croat

Drkovina, Pas mrkalj

Spanish

Carocho, Darkie charlie, Lija, Lija negra

Swedish

Spansk hĺkäring, Chokladhaj

Turkish

Köpek baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Scientific name:
ą) General name for the family Serranidae (which also are designated by Grouper or Sea bass), but more particularly refer to Epinephelus spp., e.g. see Dusky sea perch, (Epinephelus gigas). See Grouper and Sea bass.
˛) In New Zealand refers to Helicolenus spp. also called Deep sea perch which belongs to the family Scorpaenidae. (See Scorpionfish and Rockfish). This and related species of Helicolenus in New Zealand are also called Scarpee and Jock stewart.
ł) The name is also used for Cunner which belongs to the family Labridae (see Wrasse).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sea perch

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

Levrek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
ą)
Name used for Hake (Merluccius merluccius) belonging to the family Gadidae.
˛) Name also used for Barracuda (Sphyraenidae).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sea pike

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Name used in North America generally for fish of the family Triglidae, Especially those belonging to the genus Prionotus.
See Gurnard.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sea robin

Finnish

 

French

Grondin ou Trigle

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Liparis atlanticus
Some of the Liparis spp. (see Snailfish) in the Atlantic and Pacific are termed Seasnail in North America, e.g.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Atlantic seasnail, Seasnail

Finnish

 

French

Limace atlantique

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Dennik atlantycki

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Liparis liparis
Some of the Liparis spp. (see Snailfish) in the Atlantic and Pacific are termed Seasnail in North America, e.g.

Danish

Finnebrćmmet Ringbug

Dutch

Slakdolf

English

Striped seasnail

Finnish

Imukala

French

Limace barrée

German

Großer Scheibenbauch

Greek

 

Icelandic

Stóri sogfiskur

Italian

 

Japanese

Kusauo

Norwegian

Ringbuker, Vanlig ringbuk

Polish

Dennik

Portuguese

 

Russian

Липарисы

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Ringbuk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Herring salted at sea in barrels, repacked later on shore (obsolescent).
See also Salted on board.

Danish

 

Dutch

Omgepakte gezouten haring

English

Sea stick (U.K.)

Finnish

Merellä tynnyrisuolattu silli

French

 

German

Kantjespackung

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sjřpakket, Ompakket sild

Polish

Śledz solony na morzu (kantjes), Przepakowywany później na lądzie

Portuguese

Arenque salgado a bordo

Russian

Сельдь засоленная в море, Расфасованная на берегу

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Arenque salado a bordo

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Scientific name: Salmo trutta trutta

Denmark Aquarium, Denmark
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Havřrred, Řrred

Dutch

Zeeforel

English

Brown trout, Sea trout, Blacktail, Brook trout, Finnock, Galway sea trout, Gillaroo, Herling, Hirling, Orange fin, Orkney sea trout, Peal, Sewin, Trout, Whiting, Whitling, Gwyniedyn, Siwin

Finnish

Taimen, Meritaimen

French

Truite d'europe, Truite brune de mer, Truite de mer

German

Meerforelle, Bachforelle, Forelle, Lachförch, Lassföhren

Greek

Thalasopestrofa

Icelandic

Sjourrioi, Urriđi

Italian

Trota fario, Salmo trota

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sjřaure, Aure, Řrret, Sjřřrret

Polish

Troc wedrowna, Troc

Portuguese

Truta marisca, Truta-de-lago, Truta-fário

Russian

Кумжа

Serbo-Croat

Pastrva

Spanish

Trucha, Trucha común, Trucha marina, Truita

Swedish

Öring, Havsöring

Turkish

Denizalasi, Denizalabaligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Eisenia bicyclis

Danish

Tang

Dutch

 

English

Sea trumpet

Finnish

 

French

 

German

See tang

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Alga

Japanese

Arame

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Alga

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Alga

Swedish

 

Turkish

Tirsi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Echinus spp.

Danish

Sřpindsvin

Dutch

Zeeëgel

English

Sea urchin

Finnish

Merisiili

French

Oursin

German

Seeigel

Greek

Achinós

Icelandic

Ígulker

Italian

Riccio di mare

Japanese

Uni

Norwegian

Krĺkeboller, Sjřpinnsvin

Polish

Jeżowiec

Portuguese

Ouriço-do-mar

Russian

Морской еж

Serbo-Croat

Morski jež, Jestivi

Spanish

Erizo de mar

Swedish

Sjöborre

Turkish

Deniz kestanesi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The three main classes are the:
Red algae (Rhodophyceae), Brown algae (Phaeophyceae) Green algae (Chlorophyceae).
The first two groups are important commercially, the red algae are a source of Agar, Carrageenin, and are used for human food. The brown algae yield Algin, Laminarin and Manitol and are used for animal food and fertilizer.
See also Irish moss, Dulse, Laverbread, Alginic acid.

Danish

Tang

Dutch

Zeewier

English

Seaweed

Finnish

Merilevä

French

Algue

German

Alge, Tang

Greek

Phýkia

Icelandic

Sćpörungur

Italian

Alge marina

Japanese

Kaiso

Norwegian

Tang og tare

Polish

Roślinność morska, Algi

Portuguese

Algo do mar

Russian

Морская водоросль

Serbo-Croat

Alge morsko bilje

Spanish

Alga marina

Swedish

Alg

Turkish

Deniz yosunu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Raw material for animal feeding stuffs prepared from dried brown algae, particularly from Ascophyllum nodosum, Fucus serratus, Fucus vesiculosis (Norway, France, etc.).

Danish

Tangmel

Dutch

Zeewiermeel

English

Seaweed meal

Finnish

 

French

Poudre d'algues

German

Alginate

Greek

 

Icelandic

Ţangmjöl

Italian

Farina d'laghe

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Tangmel (Taremel)

Polish

Mączka paszowa z roślinności morskiej

Portuguese

Farinha de alga

Russian

Мука из морской водоросли

Serbo-Croat

Brašno dobiveno od morskih alga

Spanish

Harina de algas

Swedish

Bladtĺngmjöl

Turkish

Deniz yosunu unu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Very small haddock.

Danish

 

Dutch

Schelvis broed

English

Seed haddock (Scotland)

Finnish

Pieni kolja

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Utsortert smĺhyse

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arinca miúda

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Smĺkolja

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Product used as substitute for smoked salted salmon, usually made from Salt-cured coalfish (German: Seelachs), cod or pollack; salted sides or fillets are sliced, lightly desalted, dyed, then lightly cold-smoked and packed in edible oil, in cans, glass jars or other containers.
Semi-preserve, also with preserving additives; has to be designated as 'Lachsersatz' (Salmon substitute).
The cutting waste from the manufacture of the slices is also used ('Seelachsschnitzel in oel') and marketed the same way.

Danish

Sřlaks

Dutch

Namaakzalm

English

Seelachs in oel (Germany)

Finnish

Turska-tai seitisiivuja öljyssä

French

Seelachs in oel (Allemagne)

German

Seelachs in oel, Seelachsscheiben in oel

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sjólax

Italian

Falso salmone affumicato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Seilaks, Lakseerstatning

Polish

 

Portuguese

Sucedâneo de salmăo fumado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sucedáneo de salmon ahumado

Swedish

Havslax i olja

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Scomberomorus commerson
See Kingmackerel.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Seer, Barred Spanish mackerel, Commerson's mackerel, Cybium, Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel

Finnish

Juovamakrilli

French

Thazard rayé indo-pacifique

German

Indische Königsmakrele, Spanische Makrele

Greek

Teniopalamida

Icelandic

 

Italian

Maccarello spagnolo

Japanese

Yokoshima-sawara

Norwegian

 

Polish

Makrela komerson

Portuguese

Serra-tigre

Russian

Узкополосая макрель

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Carite estriado Indo-Pacifico

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Balaenoptera borealis
See also Whales.

Danish

Sejhval

Dutch

Noorse vinvis

English

Sei-whale

Finnish

Seiivalas

French

Rorqual de Rudolf

German

Seiwal

Greek

Phalaena

Icelandic

Sandreyđur

Italian

Balenottera boreale, Balenottera artica

Japanese

Iwashikujira

Norwegian

Seihval

Polish

Sejwal

Portuguese

Baleia boreal, Rorqual-boreal

Russian

Усатый кит

Serbo-Croat

Kit

Spanish

Ballena boba

Swedish

Sejval

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Semi-preserves are products consisting mainly of fish products or other marine animals stabilized for a limited period by appropriate treatment and sealed in containers, air tight under normal pressure or not sealed in containers, the shelf-life being extented by Chill storage.
Fish which is only dried, salted, smoked or frozen and raw material for further processing is excluded from this definition (OECD Hygiene Regulations).
Distinguish from Canned fish.
There is a wide varity of semi-preserved fish products, preserving additives may be added; e.g. Marinade, Kochfischwaren, Bratfischwaren, Anchosen, Delicatessen products, Caviar substitutes.
In Germany also Pasteurized fish and Salzfischwaren are included under this definition.

Danish

Halvkonserves

Dutch

Halfconserven

English

Semi-preserves

Finnish

Puolisäilyke

French

Semi-conserves

German

Halbkonserven

Greek

 

Icelandic

Niđurlagđur fiskur

Italian

Semi-conserve

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Halvkonserver

Polish

ł-prezerwy, Pół-konserwy

Portuguese

Semi-conservas

Russian

Полуконсервы

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Semi-conservas

Swedish

Kylkonserver, Halvkonserver

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Polysteganus undulosus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Seventy-four seabream, Seventy-four

Finnish

 

French

Denté maculé

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Escocęs-de-pinta

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Dentón manchado, Dentón ocelado

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish cured by marinating in lemon juice; species mostly used: Corvina (type of Drum).
In Peru Ceiche.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Seviche

Finnish

 

French

Seviche

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Sevici

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Acipenser stellatus
See Sturgeon.

Ural River Delta, Kazakhstan
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Starry sturgeon, Sevruga, Star sturgeon, Stellate Sturgeon

Finnish

Tähtisampi

French

Esturgeon étoilé, Sevruga

German

Sternhausen

Greek

Astroxyrychi

Icelandic

 

Italian

Storione stellato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Siewruga

Portuguese

Esturjâo estrelado, Esturjăo-estrelado

Russian

Севрюга

Serbo-Croat

Pastruga

Spanish

Esturión estrellado

Swedish

Stjärnstör, Sevruga

Turkish

Mersin, Mersin baligi, Sivruska baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Alosa spp.

Danish

Majsild, Stamsild

Dutch

Meivis

English

Shad

Finnish

Kantasilli

French

Alose

German

Maifisch

Greek

Fríssa, Sardellomána

Icelandic

Augnasíld

Italian

Alaccia, Alosa

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Maisild, Stamsild

Polish

Akoza

Portuguese

 

Russian

Алозы

Serbo-Croat

Lojka, Ščepa

Spanish

Alosa

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Alosa mediocris

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Hickory shad, Shad fall herring, Shad herring

Finnish

Hikkorisilli

French

Alose matte, Matowacca

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Aloza chikora

Portuguese

Sável-de-salto

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Hickory stamsill

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Dorosoma petenense

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Threadfin shad

Finnish

Rihmaeväsilli

French

Alose fil

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sábalo de hilo

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Pieces of rough leather made from skins of Shark and Dogfish, especially Squatina spp. (Angel shark); occasionally for rasping and polishing.

Danish

 

Dutch

Ruw haaienleer

English

Shagreen

Finnish

Hainnahkashagriini

French

Peau de chagrin

German

Chagrin

Greek

 

Icelandic

Skrápur

Italian

Pelle di zigrino

Japanese

Same-yasuri, Kawa-yasuri

Norwegian

 

Polish

Szagryn - Skóra rekina lub kolenia

Portuguese

Pele de tubarăo

Russian

Кожа акулы

Serbo-Croat

Koža morskog psa, Šagrin

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Leucoraja fullonica
See also Ray and Skate.

Danish

Gřgerokke

Dutch

Kaardrog

English

Shagreen ray, Dun cow, Fuller's ray, Fuller's shagreen ray, Raie-chardon, Rough flapper

Finnish

Käkirausku

French

Raie chardon, Cardeira, Clavelade, Flossade, Rocher

German

Chagrinroche, Chagrinrochen, Walkerrochen

Greek

Salahi, Raďa, Akanthovatos

Icelandic

Náskata

Italian

Razza spinosa, Raya cardadora

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Nebbskate, Nebbrokke

Polish

Raja kosmata

Portuguese

Raia pregada

Russian

Шагреневый скат

Serbo-Croat

Raza crnopjega

Spanish

Raya cardadora, Cardaire, Morel, Piscat, Rajada, Raya blanca, Raya morruda, Romaguera

Swedish

Gökrocka, Näbbrocka

Turkish

Vatoz, Dikenlivatoz baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Scientific name:
Whole or gutted fish boiled in brine.
See also Pla thu nung (Thailand)

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shakeii (Taiwan)

Finnish

 

French

Shakeii (Formose)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The name Shark generally refers to about 350 species in about 30 families, grouped into 8 orders: i.e. Hexanchiformes (frilled and cow sharks), Squaliformes (dogfish sharks), Pristiophoriformes (saw sharks), Squatiniformes (angelsharks), Heterodontiformes (bullhead sharks), Orectolobiformes (carpet sharks), Lamniformes (mackerel sharks), Carchariniformes (ground sharks).
The name Dogfish is applied to some of the smaller sharks, notably in the family Squalidae (spiny dog-fishes) in the Squaliformes, and in the families Scliorhinidae (more generally called catsharks) and Triakidae (smooth dogfishes) in the Carchariniformes.

Danish

Haj

Dutch

Haai

English

Shark

Finnish

Hai

French

Requin

German

Haifisch, Hai

Greek

Skylópsaro-karcharias

Icelandic

Hákarl

Italian

Squalo

Japanese

Same, Fuka

Norwegian

Hai

Polish

Rekin

Portuguese

Tubarăo

Russian

Акула

Serbo-Croat

Morski pas

Spanish

Tiburone

Swedish

Haj

Turkish

Köpek balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish that has been frozen usually by laying it out in a low temperature cold store or on refrigerated shelves; has no precise definition and its use should be discouraged.
See Frozen fish.

Danish

 

Dutch

Langzaam bevroren vis

English

Sharp frozen fish

Finnish

Jäädytetty kala

French

Poisson congelé

German

Gefrierfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pesce surgelato all'aria

Japanese

Teion reitô-gyo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Ryba mrożona szybko

Portuguese

Peixe congelado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Brzo smrznuta riba

Spanish

Pescado congelado

Swedish

Fryst fisk

Turkish

Derin dondurulmuş balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Rhizoprionodon terraenovae

Danish

 

Dutch

Atlantische scherpsnuithaai

English

Sharp-nosed shark, Atlantic sharpnose shark, Atlantic sharp-nosed shark, Newfoundland shark

Finnish

 

French

Requin ŕ nez pointu, Requin aiguille gussi

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Squalo di Terranuova

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Tubarao-terranova, Tubarăo-bicudo

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Cazón picudo atlántico, Cazón, Cazón chino, Cazón de ley, Tollito, Tollo hocicón

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Dipturus linteus
See also Skate and Ray.

Danish

Hvidrokke

Dutch

Zeilrog

English

Sailray, Sharpnose skate, Sharp-nosed skate

Finnish

Valkorausku

French

Raie voile, Raie blanche

German

Weißroche, Weißrochen

Greek

 

Icelandic

Hvítaskata

Italian

Razza blanca atlantica

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Hvitskate, Hvitrokke

Polish

Raja glebinowa

Portuguese

Raia-nevoeira

Russian

Белоносый скат

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Raya vela

Swedish

Vitrocka, Blaggarnsrocka

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Muraenesox cinereus
Highly esteemed as food in Japan; marketed fresh or alive, also used for Rensei-hin.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shape-toothed eel, Conger pike, Daggertooth pike conger

Finnish

Hopeahaukiankerias

French

Morénésoce dague, Murčne japonaise

German

Hechtmuräne

Greek

Loutsosmerna

Icelandic

 

Italian

Murena del Giappone

Japanese

Hamo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Murenoszczuk indochinski

Portuguese

Congro bicudo do Japâo

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Morenocio dentón

Swedish

Grĺ knivtandsĺl

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Archosargus probatocephalus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sheepshead seabream

Finnish

 

French

Rondeau mouton

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Sparus owczarz

Portuguese

Sargo-choupa

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sargo chopa

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Stowage at sea of white fish laid side by side and head to tail, belly downwards in single layers on 5 to 10 cm of ice, but with no ice among or on top of the fish.
See also Bulk stowage, Boxed stowage.

Danish

 

Dutch

Opslag in keeën

English

Shelf stowage

Finnish

 

French

Stockage sur étagčres

German

Blanklagerung, Blankstauung

Greek

 

Icelandic

Hillulagning

Italian

Stivaggio a strati

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Armazanagem em camadas

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Stuvning i hyllor

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Shellfish meats, salted, finely ground and allowed to ferment; spices and colouring may be added
See under individual species.
See also Fish paste.

Danish

Skaldyrpasta

Dutch

Pastei van schaal en weekdieren

English

Shellfish paste

Finnish

Rapu-ja simpukkatahna

French

Pâte de mollusques et crustacés

German

Paste von Schalen und Weichtieren

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Pasta di molluschi o di crostacei

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Skalldyrpostei

Polish

Pasta ze skorupiaków i mięczaków

Portuguese

Pasta de moluscos e crustáceos

Russian

Паста из мелких рыб

Serbo-Croat

Pasta od školjkaša i rakova

Spanish

Pasta de mariscos

Swedish

Skaldjurspastej

Turkish

Kabuklu balık macunu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Shells of:
ą) Marine molluscs
˛) Crustaceans
Can be used after grinding as addition to poultry and other animal foods or as source of industrial Calcium carbonate; shells with pearl-like linings are used ornamentally, often cut and polished, also for shell buttons (Kaibotan - Japan); shells are also a source of Chitin, Glucosamine and other pharmaceutical chemicals.
In French 'Shelled' is translated as 'Décoquilles' for molluscs and 'Decortiqués' for crustaceans.

Danish

Skalle

Dutch

Schelpen, Pel

English

Shells

Finnish

Kuoret

French

Coquilles et cŕrapaces

German

ą) Schalen von: Muscheln, ˛) Schalen von: Krebsen

Greek

Kelýphi ostrákou

Icelandic

Skeljar, Kuđungar

Italian

Conchiglie carapaci di crostacei

Japanese

ą) Kaigara, ˛) Kara

Norwegian

Skjell, Skall

Polish

Muszle, Małże organizmów morskich

Portuguese

 

Russian

Раковины

Serbo-Croat

Školjka

Spanish

ą) Conchas, ˛) Caparazones

Swedish

Skal

Turkish

Kabuk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Sun dried fish (+ Sutki) immersed in water, drained and packed with fish oil in containers which are buried in the ground for several months.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shidal sutki (India)

Finnish

 

French

Shidal sutki (Inde)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

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Scientific name: Chelidonichthys obscurus
See also Gurnard.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Longfin gurnard, Shining gurnard, Lanthorn gurnard, Offing gurnard, Smoothsides

Finnish

Töyhtökurnusimppu

French

Grondin morrude, Grondin sombre

German

Knurrhahn

Greek

Istiokaponi

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Langfinnet knurr

Polish

Kurek sinopletwy

Portuguese

Cabra-de-bandeira

Russian

Темная аспитригла

Serbo-Croat

Lastavica barjaktarka, Kokun

Spanish

Lluerna fosca, Arete aletón, Arete oscuro

Swedish

Silverbandad knot

Turkish

Kirlangiç baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Product dried after soaking salt water or dry salt. Whole or split fish such as sardine, anchovy, round herring, cod, mackerel, pollack, horse mackerel, saury, blanquillo, yellowtail, etc, are used.
Term 'Shioboshi' is usually subjoined by the name of the fish, e.g. Shioboshi-aji (from horse mackerel or mackerel, scad), Shioboshi-iwashi (from sardine and allied species), or Shioboshi-samma (from saury).
See Dried salted fish.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shioboshi, Enkan-hin, Shioboshi-hin (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Shioboshi, Enkan-hin, Shioboshi-hin (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Shioboshi, Enkan-hin, Shioboshi-hin

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fermented fish product made from squid or guts of skipjack; also other species; brown, salty viscous paste made by fermenting the raw material with salt in containers for up to a month; product packed in glass or plastic containers; e.g. Katsuo-shiokara (skipjack viscera) , Ika-shiokara (viscera and meat slices of squid), Kaki-shiokara (oyster meat and viscera), Uni-shiokara (ovary of sea urchin).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shiokara (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Shiokara (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Shiokara

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Salangichthys spp.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shirauo icefish

Finnish

 

French

Dorome

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Shirauo

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
ą) Salt curing of fish on shore as opposed to Salted on board.
˛) In North America light salted Kench cured cod, hard dried to a content of 32-36% moisture and containing about 12% salt.
See also Kench cure, Salt cod.

Danish

Landsaltet (fisk)

Dutch

Walgezouten vis

English

Shore cure

Finnish

Suolaus maalla

French

Salage ŕ terre

German

Landsalzung

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Baccalŕ san giovanni

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Solenie ryb na lądzie

Portuguese

Salga em terra

Russian

Засолка на берегу

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Landsaltning

Turkish

Balığı sahilde isleme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fermented fish sauce produced by picking sandfish with salt and malted rice.
Similar products Ikanago-shoyu (from sand lance), Ika-shoyu (from sardine), Kaki-shoyu (from oyster) etc.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Shottsuru (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Shottsuru (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Shottsuru

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Small pickle cured cod, or trimmings obtained in boneless cod preparation, reduced to small fibres in shredding machine and dried.
Similar product in Japan is Soboro (also from other species).

Danish

 

Dutch

Gedroogde, Gezouten, Kabeljauwreepjes

English

Shredded cod, Flaked codfish, Fluff, Desiccated codfish, Fibred codfish, Skriggled codfish

Finnish

 

French

Morue en fibres

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Tćttur saltfiskur

Italian

Fiocchi de baccalŕ

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Bacalhau feito em tiras

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The terms Shrimp and Prawn are often used indiscriminately, but commercially shrimp refers to the small species; though the name shrimp is used also in connection with various species of the families Pandalidae, Peneidae and Palaemonidae, it particularly refers to the family Crangonidae.
In the U.K. the designation Shrimp may be used for all species regardless of count (see Prawn).
The names Brown shrimp, Pink shrimp and White shrimp are used for various species.
See also Common shrimp.

Danish

Reje

Dutch

Garnaal

English

Shrimp

Finnish

Katkarapu

French

Crevette

German

Garnele, Krabbe

Greek

Garída

Icelandic

Raekja

Italian

Gamberetto, Gambero

Japanese

Ebi

Norwegian

Reke

Polish

Krewetki, Garnele

Portuguese

Camarăo, Gamba

Russian

Креветка

Serbo-Croat

Kozica

Spanish

Quisquilla, Camarón

Swedish

Räka

Turkish

Karides

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Scomberomorus sierra

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Pacific sierra

Finnish

 

French

Thazard sierra (Pacifique)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Serra-do-Pacífico

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Carite sierra

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Scandinavian name for herring; in U.K. and other countries applied to small herring and sprat, when canned.

Danish

Sild

Dutch

Haring

English

Sild (Scandinavia)

Finnish

Silli

French

Sild (Scandinavie)

German

Sild, Silling

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sild

Italian

Aringa

Japanese

Konishin

Norwegian

Sild

Polish

 

Portuguese

Pequeno-arenque

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Arenque

Swedish

Sill

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Very heavily salted, mild smoked, old-fashioned Bloater (U.K.) (Pale smoked red); also used to describe herring less heavily salted and smoked than Red herring (U.K.).; in Netherlands Silver herring is hard dried, salted herring, not smoked.

Danish

 

Dutch

Zilverharing, Gedroogde steuharing

English

Silver cured herring

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Mjög harđsöltuđ léttreykt síld

Italian

Aringhe argentate

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Lettrokt

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arenque muito salgado e pouco fumado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Arenque fuertemente salado y med ahumado

Swedish

Hĺrdsaltad lättrökt sill

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Cyttus australis

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Silver dory

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Megalops atlanticus

Barra del Colorado, Costa Rica
(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Tarpon

Dutch

Tarpon

English

Tarpon, Atlantic tarpon, Silverfish

Finnish

Tarponi

French

Tarpon argenté, Tarpon

German

Silberfisch, Tarpon, Tarpun

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Tarpone

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Tarpon

Polish

Tarpon atlantycki

Portuguese

Peixe-prata-do-atlântico, Tainha-congo, Tarpao, Tarpăo-do-Atlântico

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Pez lagarto, Sábalo, Tarpón

Swedish

Tarpon

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Merluccius bilinearis
See also Hake.

Danish

Kulmule

Dutch

 

English

Silver hake, Atlantic hake, Hake, New England hake, Whiting

Finnish

Hopeakummeliturska

French

Merlu argenté, Merlan

German

Nordamerikanischer Seehecht, Seehecht, Silberhecht

Greek

 

Icelandic

Lysingur

Italian

Nasello atlantico

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Lysing

Polish

Morszczuk srebrzysty

Portuguese

Pescada-prateada

Russian

Североамериканская (серебристая) мерлуза, Серебристыи хек

Serbo-Croat

Ugotica

Spanish

Merluzza atlántica, Merluza americana, Merluza, Merluza norteamericana

Swedish

Silverkummel

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Bairdiella chrysoura

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Silver perch, Silver croaker

Finnish

 

French

Mamselle blanche

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Corvineta blanca

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Atherinidae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Silverside

Finnish

Hopeakylki

French

Prętre

German

Ährenfisch

Greek

Atherína

Icelandic

 

Italian

Lattarino

Japanese

Tôgorôiwashi

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Peixe rei

Russian

Атериновые

Serbo-Croat

Zeleniši

Spanish

Pejerreye, Abichon

Swedish

Silversidor

Turkish

Aterina, Gümüs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Menidia menidia

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Atlantic silverside, Green smelt, Northern silverside, Tidewater silverside

Finnish

 

French

Capucette de l'Atlantique, Capucette nord-americaine, Capucette

German

Mondährenfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Menidia

Portuguese

Peixe-rei-verde

Russian

Атериновые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Nordlig silversida

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Menidia beryllina

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Tidewater silverside, Tide-water silverside, Waxen silverside

Finnish

 

French

Capucette nord-americaine

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Menidia berylka

Portuguese

 

Russian

Атериновые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Sydlig silversida

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Leuresthes tenuis

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Californian grunion

Finnish

 

French

Capucette californienne

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Lunarka a. ksiezycówka

Portuguese

 

Russian

Атериновые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Kalifornisk grunion

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Labidesthes sicculus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Brook silverside

Finnish

 

French

Poisson d'argent

German

Rotmaul-Ährenfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

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Scientific name: Gadiculus argenteus thori

Danish

Sřlvtorsk

Dutch

 

English

Silvery pout, Silvery cod

Finnish

 

French

Gadicule argentée, Merlan argenté

German

Silberdorsch

Greek

 

Icelandic

Silfurkóđ

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sřlvtorsk

Polish

Slepior

Portuguese

 

Russian

Глубоководный гадикул, Большеглазая тресочка

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Nordlig silvertorsk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Gadiculus argenteus argenteus

Danish

Sřlvtorsk

Dutch

 

English

Silvery cod, Silvery pout

Finnish

Hopeaturska

French

Gadicule argentée, Merlan argente

German

Silberdorsch

Greek

Gadikoulos, Bakaliáros, Bak-kalieráki, Gadikoulus

Icelandic

Silfurkóđ

Italian

Pesce fico

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Sřlvtorsk

Polish

Ślepior

Portuguese

Badejinho

Russian

Глубоководный гадикул, Большеглазая тресочка

Serbo-Croat

Ugotica srebrenka

Spanish

Faneca plateada, Marujito

Swedish

Silvertorsk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Gutted full grown mackerel packed in clay pots or other containers with or without spices, steamed-cooked or simmered over a slow fire.
The term is synonymous with Paksiw.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sinaeng (Philippines)

Finnish

 

French

Sinaeng (Philippines)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

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Scientific name: Hexanchus griseus

Danish

Seksgćllet haj

Dutch

Stompsnuitzeskieuwshaai

English

Bluntnose sixgill shark, Sixgill shark, Atlantic mud shark, Brown shark, Bull dog shark, Cow shark

Finnish

Kidushai

French

Requin griset, Arbano, Bouca douça, Bouche douce, Mounge gris, Requin grisé

German

Grauhai, Notidan, Rotbraunhai, Rotgrauhai, Sechskiemer, Stierhai

Greek

Karharías, Aletra, Carcharias, Exacarcharias

Icelandic

Brandháfur

Italian

Squalo capopiatto

Japanese

Kagurazame

Norwegian

Kamtannhai

Polish

Szescioszpar

Portuguese

Tubarăo-albafar, Tubarao-albafar

Russian

(Серая) шестижаберная акула

Serbo-Croat

Pas sivonja, Pas glavonja

Spanish

Cańabota, Bastriuvaca, Boca dolça, Boquidulce, Cańabota cańabota gris, Cańabota gris, Gato de mar, Peix xovato, Six-gilled shark, Tiburón gris

Swedish

Sexbĺgig kamtandhaj

Turkish

Altiyariklicanavar baligi, Boz baligi, Boz camgöz, Camgöz baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
General trade name for species of the family Rajidae; it is synonymously used with Ray. May also be called Skider, Tinker, Ginny, Flanie, Banjo, Roker or Rough skate.
Various species of Rajidae are listed under individual names: Big skate, Flapper skate, Flathead skate, Little skate, Longnose skate, Sharpnose skate, Smooth skate, Spinytail skate, Starry skate, Winter skate.
For other Raja spp. see Ray.

Danish

Rokke

Dutch

Rog, Vleet

English

Skate

Finnish

Rausku

French

Raie

German

Rochen

Greek

Seláchi

Icelandic

Skata

Italian

Razza

Japanese

Gangeie, Ei kasube

Norwegian

Skate, Rokke

Polish

Raja

Portuguese

Raia

Russian

Скатовые, Ромбовые скати

Serbo-Croat

Raža, Pas glavonja

Spanish

Raya

Swedish

Rocka

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish or fish fillets from which the skin has been removed.

Danish

Unden skind

Dutch

Onthuid, Gevild

English

Skinless fish, Skinned fish

Finnish

Nahaton kala fai filee

French

Poisson dépouillé

German

Hautfrei, Ohne Haut

Greek

 

Icelandic

Rođlaus, Rođdreginn

Italian

Spellato

Japanese

Kawamuki

Norwegian

Skinnfri

Polish

Ryba odskórzona

Portuguese

Peixe sem pele

Russian

Ошкуренная рыба

Serbo-Croat

Riba kojoj je skinuta koza

Spanish

Pescado desollado

Swedish

Skinnfri fisk

Turkish

Yüzülmüs balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Dried salted cod from which the skin has been removed.

Danish

 

Dutch

Gedroogde gezouten onthuide kabeljauur

English

Skinned cod

Finnish

Nahaton turska

French

Morue dépouillée

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

Rođdreginn ţorskur

Italian

Baccalŕ spellato

Japanese

Sukimidara

Norwegian

Rřytet torsk

Polish

 

Portuguese

Bacalhau salgado e seco sem pele

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Oguljeni suhi bakalar

Spanish

Bacalao salado y seco sin la piel

Swedish

Skinnfri salttorsk

Turkish

Yüzülmüş ringa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Removing the skin.
See Skinless fish.

Danish

Afskinding

Dutch

Onthuiden, Villen

English

Skinning

Finnish

Nahanpoisto

French

Dépouillement

German

Enthäuten

Greek

 

Icelandic

Rođdráttur

Italian

Spellamento

Japanese

Kawamuki

Norwegian

Skinning

Polish

Odskórzanie

Portuguese

Despelagem, Esfola

Russian

Ошкурение

Serbo-Croat

Guljenje ribe, Skidanje koze s ribe

Spanish

Desollar, Despellejar

Swedish

Flĺ

Turkish

Derisini yüzme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Katsuwonus pelamis
See Tuna.

(Photos: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Bugstribet bonnit

Dutch

Gestreepte tonijn

English

Skipjack tuna, Atlantic bonito, Skipjack, Bonito, Oceanic bonito, Striped bellied bonito, Striped bellied tunny

Finnish

Boniitti

French

Bonite ŕ ventre rayé, Bonitou, Bounicou

German

Echter bonito, Bauchstreifiger bonito, Bonito

Greek

Pelamys, Pelamis, Tonina, Tonopalamida, Riki

Icelandic

Bónító

Italian

Tonnetto striato, Impiriali, Nzirru, Paamia, Paamitun, Palamatu, Palametto, Palamida, Palamitu, Palometta, Tonina de Dalmazia, Tonnetto

Japanese

Katsuo

Norwegian

Stripet pelamide, Bonit

Polish

Bonito, Bonite

Portuguese

Gayado, Atum-bonito, Bonito, Bonito de ventre rayado, Bonito-de-barriga listada, Gaiado, Listado, Sarrajao, Serra

Russian

Скипджек, Полосатый тунец, Океанский бонито

Serbo-Croat

Trup prugavac, Tunj prugavac

Spanish

Listado, Atún de altura, Bonita, Bonito de altura, Bonito de veintre rayado, Bonito del sur, Bonitol, Bonítol de ventre ratllat, Lampo, Llampua, Palomida, Skipjack

Swedish

Strimmig tonfisk, Bonit, Skipjack

Turkish

Çizgiliorkinoz baligi, Çizgiliton baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Scientific name: Allothunnus fallai

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Slender tuna

Finnish

 

French

Thon élégant

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Hosokatsuo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Tunczyk smukly

Portuguese

Atum-foguete

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Atún lanzón

Swedish

Slank tonfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Microstomus achne

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Slime flounder

Finnish

 

French

Limande sole babagarei

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Babagarei, Nametagarei, Nameta

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Ammodytes marinus
See Sandeel.

Danish

Havtobis

Dutch

Zandspiering, Noorse zandspiering

English

Lesser sand-eel, Lesser sandeel, Launce, Raitt's sandeel

Finnish

Merituulenkala

French

Lançon équille, Équille

German

Kleiner Sandaal, Tobiasfisch, Tobis

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sandsíli, Marsíli

Italian

Cicerello

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Tobis smĺsil, Havsil

Polish

Dobijak niebieski

Portuguese

Galeota

Russian

Балтийская песчанка

Serbo-Croat

Hujka

Spanish

Aguacioso

Swedish

Havstobis, Blĺtobis, Vanlig tobis

Turkish

Kum baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Osmeridae

Danish

Smelt

Dutch

 

English

Smelt

Finnish

Kuore

French

Éperlan

German

Stint

Greek

 

Icelandic

Silfurlođna

Italian

Sperlano, Eperlano

Japanese

Kyűrino

Norwegian

Krřkle

Polish

Stynka

Portuguese

Eperlano

Russian

Корюшковые

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Eperlános

Swedish

Nors

Turkish

Gavun, Zeleniš

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Osmerus eperlanus

Västervik, Sweden
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Smelt, Stint, Stinte

Dutch

Spiering

English

European smelt, Smelt, Sparling, Brwyniad Conwy

Finnish

Kuore

French

Éperlan

German

Stint, Stindt, Binnenstint, Heilstindt

Greek

 

Icelandic

Silfurloona

Italian

Sperlano, Eperlano

Japanese

Kyűrino

Norwegian

Krřkle

Polish

Stynka

Portuguese

Eperlano, Eperlano-europeu

Russian

Корюшковые

Serbo-Croat

Gavun, Zelenis

Spanish

Eperlános, Eperlano, Eperlon

Swedish

Europeisk nors, Nors

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Osmerus mordax mordax

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Atlantic rainbow smelt, American smelt, Rainbow smelt

Finnish

 

French

Éperlan d'Amérique

German

Amerikanischer Stint, Regenbogenstint

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Stynka amerykanska

Portuguese

Eperlano-arco-íris

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Eperlano americano

Swedish

Atlantisk regnbĺgsnors, Regnbĺgsnors, Amerikansk nors

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Osmerus mordax dentex

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Arctic rainbow smelt, Arctic smelt

Finnish

 

French

 

German

Asiatischer Stint

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Kyűri-uo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Stynka azjatycka

Portuguese

Eperlano-árctico

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Arktisk regnbĺgsnors, Arktisk nors

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish cured by the action of smoke produced usually from slowly burning wood or other material (like peat) in order to partly dry the product and to give it some smoky taste.
Two main methods are defined under: Cold smoked fish, Hot-smoked fish.

Danish

Rřget fisk

Dutch

Gerookte vis, Gestoomde vis

English

Smoked fish

Finnish

Savustettu kala

French

Poisson fumé

German

Geräucheter Fisch, Räucherfisch

Greek

Psári kapnistó

Icelandic

Reyktur fiskur

Italian

Pesce affumicato

Japanese

Kunsei-gyo

Norwegian

Rřkt fisk

Polish

Ryba wędzona

Portuguese

Peixe fumado

Russian

Копченая рыба

Serbo-Croat

Dimljene riba

Spanish

Pescado ahumado

Swedish

Rökt fisk

Turkish

Tütsü (füme) balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Haddock, headed, gutted and hot smoked; usually from fish that are too small for making Finnan haddock.

Danish

Varmrřget kuller

Dutch

Warmgerookte schelvis zonder kop

English

Smokie, Aberdeen smokie, Arbroath smokie

Finnish

Lämminsavustettu koljafilee

French

 

German

Warmgeräucherter

Greek

 

Icelandic

Reykt ýsa

Italian

Asinello affumicato a caldo

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Varmrřkt hyse

Polish

Plamiak wędzony na gorąco

Portuguese

Arinca fumada

Russian

Копчение

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Eglefino ahumado en caliente

Swedish

Varmrökt koljafilé

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Young Salmon when it leaves fresh water for the sea for the first time.

Danish

 

Dutch

Jonge zalm

English

Smolt

Finnish

Vaelluspoikanen, Smoltti

French

Tacon

German

Salmling

Greek

Nearos solomos

Icelandic

Gönguseiđi

Italian

Salmone giovane

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Smolt

Polish

Smolt

Portuguese

Salmăo jovem

Russian

Смолт, Серебристый (молодой) лосось

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Joven salmon

Swedish

Smolt

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Pleuronectes putnami

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

American smooth flounder, Smooth flounder

Finnish

 

French

Plie lisse

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Passera 'iscia

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Stornia wysmukła

Portuguese

Solhăo liso, Solha-lisa

Russian

Полярная (гологоловая) камбала

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mustelus mustelus
See also Gummy.

Danish

Glathaj

Dutch

Gladde haai, Toonhaai

English

Smooth-hound, Smooth hound, Gray mouth dog, Smooth dogfish, Smoothhound, Stellate smooth-hound, Sweet William

Finnish

Kärppähai

French

Émissole lisse, Chien de mer, Émissole lisse commune, Galéos, Gat roumillon, Lentillat, Missole, Mustčle vulgaire, Palloun

German

Glatthai, Gemeiner Südlicher Glatthai, Hundshai, Mittelmeer-glatthai, Südlicher glatthai

Greek

Galeos, Drossitis, Griso galeos, Grizogaleos

Icelandic

Sléttháfur

Italian

Palombo

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Glatthai

Polish

Mustel siwy a. siwosz

Portuguese

Caçao, Caçăo-liso, Caneja, Caneja-lisa

Russian

Обыкновенные куньи акулы

Serbo-Croat

Pas cukov, Pas glusac, Pas mekus

Spanish

Musola, Boca blanca, Musola gavatia, Musola pintada, Musola vera, Mussola vera

Swedish

Sydlig hundhaj, Glatthaj

Turkish

Köpek baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Scientific name: Mustelus asterias
See also Gummy.

Northsea Aquarium, Denmark
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

Stjernehaj, Glathaj

Dutch

Gladde haai, Gevlekte toonhaai

English

Starry smooth-hound, Smooth-hound

Finnish

 

French

Emissole tachetée, Missole

German

Glatthai, Gefleckter Hundshai

Greek

Galeos, Drossitis, Astrogaleos

Icelandic

 

Italian

Palombo stellato

Japanese

 

Norwegian

Hvitflekket glatthai, Glatthai

Polish

 

Portuguese

Caçăo-pintado

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

Pas cukov, Pas pena

Spanish

Musola dentuda, Boca blanca, Musola estrellada, Musola pintada, Mussola gravatja, Starry smooth hound

Swedish

Nordlig hundhaj

Turkish

Asil köpek baligi, Köpek baligi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mustelus californicus
See also Gummy.

Danish

 

Dutch

Grijze toonhaai

English

Grey smooth-hound

Finnish

 

French

Emissole grise

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Musola gris

Swedish

Californisk hundhaj

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Dipturus innominatus
See Skate.

Danish

 

Dutch

Nieuw-zeelandse gladde rog

English

Smooth skate

Finnish

 

French

Raie lisse

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
General name used in North America for Cyclopteridae, which are known as Lumpfish or Lumpsucker, but particularly refers to Liparis spp. (Atlantic/Pacific).
See also Seasnail.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Snailfish

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Ophichthidae

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Snake eel, Worm eel

Finnish

Käärmeankerias

French

Serpenton

German

Schlangenaal

Greek

Fídi

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Wężogon

Portuguese

Cobra-do-mar

Russian

Шилохвостые угри

Serbo-Croat

Morske zmije

Spanish

Culebra

Swedish

 

Turkish

Marmır

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
In North America generally refers to Gempylidae, particularly Gempylus serpens (Atlantic); species in the Mediterranien is Scourer (Ruvettus prettiosus).
To this family also belongs Thyrsites atun (see Barracouta) and Thyrsitops lepidopoides (see Sierra).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Snake mackerel

Finnish

Käärmemakrilli

French

Escolier

German

Schlangenmakrele

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Ruvetto

Japanese

Sumiyaki

Norwegian

 

Polish

Gempyl

Portuguese

Escolar

Russian

Змеиная макрель, Гемпил

Serbo-Croat

Ljuskotrn

Spanish

Escolar

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Lutjanidae

Danish

Snapper

Dutch

 

English

Snapper

Finnish

Napsija

French

Vivaneau

German

Schnapper

Greek

Sinagrída, Kokkinópsaro

Icelandic

 

Italian

Lutianido

Japanese

Tarumi feudai

Norwegian

 

Polish

Lucjan

Portuguese

Luciano, Castanhola

Russian

Луциановые, Рифовые окуни

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Snapperfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Dutch name for Pike (Esox lucius)

Danish

 

Dutch

Snoek

English

Snoek (Netherlands)

Finnish

 

French

Snoek (Pays Bas)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
(Atlantic - North America)
Generally name applying to the family Centropomidae, more particularly refers to Centropomus undecimalis; other species are Tarpon snook (Centropomus pectinatus) or Little snook (Centropomus parellelus).

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Snook

Finnish

 

French

Brochet de mer

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish meat such as cod, pollack, porgy, gurnard etc., boiled, shredded and dried.
Also often applies to seasoned meat (with salt and sugar, often dyed with pink pigment) then called Oboro.
Oboro-kumbu dried seaweed product; see Kombu.
See also Shredded cod.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Soboro (Japan)

Finnish

 

French

Soboro (Japon)

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Soboro

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Oncorhynchus nerka

Fraser River, Mission, British Columbia, Canada
(Photo: © Johnny Jensen)

Danish

 

Dutch

Rode zalm

English

Sockeye salmon, Blue-back, Blueback salmon, Fraser river salmon, Quinalt, Red salmon, Redfish, Sock-eye salmon

Finnish

Punalohi, Intiaanilohi

French

Saumon rouge

German

Rotlachs, Blaurücken, Nerka-Lachs, Roter Lachs

Greek

Kokkinos solomos

Icelandic

Rauđlax

Italian

Salmone rosso

Japanese

Beni-zake, Benimasu, Himemasu

Norwegian

Indian-laks

Polish

Nerka

Portuguese

Salmao-vermelho-do-Pacífico, Salmăo-vermelho

Russian

Красная нерка

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Salmón, Salmon, Salmón rojo

Swedish

Indianlax, Rödlax, Sockeye

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Salted white fish, particularly cod, whose moisture content after drying is higher than 40%.
Compare with Hard cure.
See for example: Fall cure (Canada), Labrador cure (Canada).

Danish

Letsaltet fisk

Dutch

Matig gedroogde gezouten vis

English

Soft cure

Finnish

Kevytsuolattu kala

French

 

German

Mild gesalzener fisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

Léttsaltađur fiskur, Léttsöltun

Italian

Pesce salato semi-seccato

Japanese

Namaboshi

Norwegian

Lettvirkning

Polish

Ryba słabo solona

Portuguese

Cura leve

Russian

Рыба слабосоленая

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Lättsaltad fisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mya arenaria

Danish

Sandmusling

Dutch

Strandgaper

English

Soft (shell) clam, Gaper, Long neck, Mananose, Maninose, Nanny nose, Old maid, Sand clam, Sandgaper, Squirt clam, Strand-gaper

Finnish

Hietasimpukka

French

Mye

German

Sandklaffmuschel

Greek

Achhiváda-ostraka

Icelandic

Smyrslingur

Italian

Vongola molle

Japanese

Ônogai

Norwegian

Sandskjell

Polish

Małgiew piaskołaz

Portuguese

Clame de areia

Russian

Песчаная мия

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Almeja de río

Swedish

Vanlig sandmussla

Turkish

Ince (kabuklu) midye

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Cleisthenes herzensteini

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Sohachi flounder

Finnish

 

French

 

German

Herzenstein's Flunder

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Sôhachi

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
I) Name used for Redfish (Sebastes spp.).
II) Name also used for Red gunard (
Chelidonichthys cuculus).
III) Soldierfish might also apply to the family Macrouridae (also called Grenadier -U.S.A.) and Holocentridae (also called Squirrelfish).
IV) In Australia Soldier refers to Gymnapistes marmoratus (family Scorpaenidae).
V) In New New Zeeland Soldier is often used for the Scarlet Wrasse Pseudolabrus miles (family Labridae)

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Soldier

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
The name refers generally to the family Soleidae, but more particularly to Solea solea.

Danish

Tunge

Dutch

Tong

English

Sole

Finnish

Kielikampela, Meriantura

French

Sole

German

Seezunge

Greek

Glóssa

Icelandic

Sólkoli

Italian

Sogliola

Japanese

Shitabirame

Norwegian

Tunge

Polish

Sola

Portuguese

Linguado

Russian

Морской язык

Serbo-Croat

List

Spanish

Lenguado

Swedish

Tungor

Turkish

Dil balığı

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Mustelus mento

Danish

 

Dutch

Gespikkelde toonhaai

English

Speckled smooth-hound, Smooth hound, Tollo con fajas

Finnish

 

French

Emissole fine

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Musola fina, Tollo blanco, Tollo

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Scientific name:
Herring pickled with salt, vinegar and spices; often rolled fillets so treated, and baked in oven and sometimes sprayed with kipper dye after cooking.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Soused herring, Baked herring, Potted herring, Rolled fish (U.K.)

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Aringa in salamoia

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Arenque de escabeche

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Arenque escabechado

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Pilchards pickled with salt, vinegar and spices.

Danish

 

Dutch

Gekruide pilchards

English

Soused pilchards

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Sardine marinate

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

Sardinela de escabeche

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sardinas escabechades

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Amblygaster sirm

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Spotted sardinella

Finnish

 

French

Sardinelle tachetée

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Hoshi-yamato-mizun

Norwegian

 

Polish

Sardynela sirm

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Sardinela manchada

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Thunnus maccoyii
See also Tuna.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Southern bluefin tuna

Finnish

 

French

Thon rouge du sud

German

Südlicher Blauflossen-Thunfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Bachi maguro, Indo (Goshu) maguro, Minami maguro

Norwegian

 

Polish

Tunczyk poludniowy

Portuguese

Atum-do-sul

Russian

Южноавстралийский синеперый тунец, Южный голубой тунец

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Atún del Sur

Swedish

Sydlig blĺfenad tonfisk, Sydlig tonfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Micromesistius australis
See Blue whiting.

Danish

Bacaladilla, Sortmund

Dutch

 

English

Southern blue whiting

Finnish

 

French

Merlan bleu du Sud, Merlan bleu, Merlan bleu austral

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Patagonia-minamidara

Norwegian

 

Polish

Blekitek poludniowy a. falklandzki

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Polaca austral

Swedish

Sydlig blĺvitling

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Rexea prometheoides

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Royal escolar, Southern kingfish, Silver gemfish

Finnish

 

French

Escolier royal, Escolier tifiati

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Kagokamasu

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Escolar real

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Eubalaena australis
See Right whale.

Danish

 

Dutch

Zuidkaper

English

Southern right whale

Finnish

Etalänmustavalas

French

 

German

Südlicher Glattwal

Greek

Phalaena tis antarktikis

Icelandic

 

Italian

Balena antartica

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Wal południowy

Portuguese

Baleia-franca-negra

Russian

Южный кит

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

Sydkapare

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Merluccius hubbsi

Danish

Kulmule

Dutch

 

English

Argentine hake, Atlantic hake, South-West Atlantic hake, Southwest Atlantic hake

Finnish

Argentiinankummeliturska

French

Merlu argentin, Merlu d'Argentine, Merlu sud-américain

German

Argentinischer Seehecht, Seehecht

Greek

Bakaliáros

Icelandic

Lýsingur

Italian

Nasello

Japanese

Aruzenchin-heiku

Norwegian

Lysing

Polish

Morszczuk argentyński

Portuguese

Pescada-argentina, Pescada-da-Argentina

Russian

Аргентинская мерлуза

Serbo-Croat

Oslic

Spanish

Merluza Argentina, Merluza sudamericana

Swedish

Argentinsk kummel

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Chaetodipterus faber

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Atlantic spadefish

Finnish

 

French

Disque portuguais

German

Spatenfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

Shirogane-tsubameuo

Norwegian

 

Polish

Szpadelek karaibski

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Paguara

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Scomberomorus maculatus

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Spanish mackerel, Atlantic spanish mackerel

Finnish

 

French

Thazard Atlantique, Thazard blanc

German

Gefleckte königsmakrele

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

Makrela hiszpanska

Portuguese

Serra-espanhola

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Carite Atlántico

Swedish

Spansk makrill

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Fish that have already started to spawn. The eggs and milt flow from the body when the fish is subjected to pressure (these fish sometimes called (Running ripe). At this stage the Roe and Milt are usually too soft of commercial value.
The name Spawny fish designates fish (especially Haddock but also Cod, Saithe and Whiting) whose stomachs are full of herring spawn.

Danish

Gydende

Dutch

Paaiende vis

English

Spawning fish

Finnish

Kutukala

French

Bouvard

German

Laichfisch

Greek

See ootokia

Icelandic

Gjótandi (fiskur), Hrygnandi

Italian

Pronti all deposizione del prodotti sessuali

Japanese

Sanran cyo

Norwegian

Gytende

Polish

Ryba trąca się

Portuguese

Peixe em desova

Russian

Нерест рыбы

Serbo-Croat

Riba za vrijeme mriješćenja

Spanish

Durante la puesta

Swedish

Lekande fisk, Lekfisk

Turkish

Sağlan balık

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name: Tetrapturus spp.
I) Cosmopolitan in warm seas. Belong to the family Istiophoridae.
See Billfish.
II) Name also used for Quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus), belonging to the family Catostomidae (see Sucker).

Danish

Spydfisk

Dutch

 

English

Spearfish

Finnish

Marliini

French

Makaire

German

Speerfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

Aguglia imperiale

Japanese

Furaikajiki

Norwegian

 

Polish

Marlin

Portuguese

 

Russian

Копьеносцы

Serbo-Croat

Iglokljun, Iglun

Spanish

Marlin

Swedish

Spjutfisk

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Trade name for hot-smoked pieces of Sixgill shark, in Germany.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Speckfisch (Germany)

Finnish

 

French

Speckfisch (Allemagne)

German

Speckfisch

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

 

Swedish

 

Turkish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific name:
Headed gutted, split fish, usually whiting, dipped in weak brine (often the sea) and air dried.

Danish

 

Dutch

 

English

Spelding

Finnish

 

French

 

German

 

Greek

 

Icelandic

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Norwegian

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

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Scientific name: Mustelus canis
See also Gummy.

Danish

 

Dutch

Donkere toonhaai

English

Dusky smooth-hound, Atlantic smooth dogfish, Dusky Smoothhound, Grayfish, Smooth dogfish, Smooth hound

Finnish

Koirahai

French

Émissole lisse, Émissole, Emissole douce, Estella, Palloun

German

Punktierter Glatthai, Glatthai

Greek

 

Icelandic

Sléttháfur

Italian

 

Japanese

Inu-hoshizame

Norwegian

Glatthai

Polish

Mustel psi

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Serbo-Croat

 

Spanish

Musola, Boca blanca, Caella, Cazón, Mozuela, Musola dentuda, Mustela, Palomo, Tolla

Swedish

Hundhaj, Glatthaj

Turkish