How to say celiac in German: zöliakie

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How to say celiac in German: zöliakie

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

To say celiac in German: zöliakie
Say it out loud: “zoo lee ah kee

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Some more helpful words in our German Diet Considerations category:

bread – brot  (broht)
celiac – zöliakie  (zoo lee ah kee)
cheese – käse  (kay zeh)
dairy – molkerei  (moll ker ī)
eggs – eier  (ī uh)
gluten-free – gluten frei  (gloo ten fry)
I am vegan – ich bin vegan  (iHk bin veh gahn ah)
I am vegetarian – ich bin vegetarier  (iHk bin veh geht ah ree ah)
I don't eat… – ich esse kein…  (iHk ess in kīyn)
kosher – koscher  (kosher)
meat – fleisch  (fly sh)
milk – milch  (meelsh)
nuts – nüsse  (noo seh)
organic – biologisch  (bee oh loh gish)
sugar – zucker  (soo kur)
wheat – weizen  (vyt zen)

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

Chinese–Fùqiāng Bìng Huànzhě  (Foo Chyang Bing Hwan Juh)
Croatian–celijakija  (sell ee ah kee ya)
Czech–celiac  (say lee ack)
French–coeliaque  (seal ee ack)
German–zöliakie  (zoo lee ah kee)
Italian–celiaco  (chel ee ah koe)
Japanese–Searikku  (Ceh Ree Ack)
Korean–Selliak Byeong  (Celiac Byung)
Portuguese–Doença Celíaca  (do-en sa se lee-aa kah)
Russian–tseliakiya  (tseh lee ah kee ya)
Spanish–celíaco  (sell ee' ah koe)
Swahili–shida ya tumbo  (She dah yah too m’boh)
Thai–Gin Kluten Mai Dai  (geen gloo ten MAI DAI)
Turkish–colyak  (johl' yahk)
Vietnamese–Dị Ứng Tinh Bột  (Yee Ung Din Bot)

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