Carob

The vernacular names in other cultures and languages for Ceratonia siliqua include:

Arabicخروب, kharrub‎ kharrūb;
GermanJohannisbrotbaum;
Greek:χαρουπιά, haroupia or
Greekξυλοκερατιά, ksylokeratia ;
Spanish:algarrobo, caroba;
Frenchcaroubier, caroube;
Hebrewחרוב‎ ḥaruv;
Portuguesealfarrobeira;
Catalangarrofa;
Siciliancarrubba;
Turkish:keçiboynuzu;
Croatianrogač.[2]

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