How to say tuna in Swahili: tuna

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How to say tuna in Swahili: tuna

Learning Swahili for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say tuna in Swahili: tuna
Say it out loud: “tuna

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Some more helpful words in our Swahili Seafood category:

crab – kaa  (kah rah n’ gah)
fish – samaki  (sah mah kee)
lobster – lobsta  (lobstah)
salmon – samoni  (sah moh ni)
shellfish – samakingamba  (sah mah kee n’ga mm bah)
shrimp – uduvi  (oo doo vee)
tuna – tuna  (tuna)

And here’s how to say tuna in other languages!

Arabic–Tuna  (tu na)
Chinese–Jīnqiāngyú  (Jing Jyang Yü)
Croatian–tuna  (tuna)
Czech–tuňák  (toon yahk)
Finnish–tonnikala  (tohn ni kah lah)
French–thon  (tone)
German–thunfisch  (toon fish)
Italian–tonno  (tone o)
Japanese–Maguro  (Mah Goo Roo)
Korean–Chamchi  (Cham Chi)
Polish–tuńczyk  (toon' cheek)
Portuguese–Atum  (ah toohm)
Russian–tunets  (too nyets)
Spanish–atún  (ah toon')
Swahili–tuna  (tuna)
Thai–Plaa Thuna  (blah too NAH)
Turkish–orkinos  (or kee nohs)
Vietnamese–Cá Ngừ  (Ca Ngu)

Fish. A common dish in most cultures. But do they serve "tuna" (tuna) in Swahili? What other type of fish or seafood do they serve in that culture? Find out this and more in Swahili friendly phrases by accessing the instant access to the Swahili Language Set.

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