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yam

noun   /jæm/
an orange vegetable with yellow flesh that tastes slightly sweet ñame
(Definition of yam from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

yam

noun /jӕm/
any of several kinds of potato-like tropical plants used as food. ñame, batata, camote
(Definition of yam from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “yam”
in Korean 얌, 참마…
in Arabic بَطاطا…
in Malaysian keladi…
in French igname…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薯蕷,山藥, 甘薯,白薯,紅薯,番薯…
in Italian igname, yam…
in Vietnamese củ từ…
in Portuguese inhame…
in Thai ต้นมันเทศหรือมันเทศ…
in German die Yamswurzel…
in Catalan nyam…
in Japanese ヤムイモ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 薯蓣,山药, 甘薯,白薯,红薯,番薯…
in Indonesian ubi jalar…
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