How to say wheat in Finnish: vehnä

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How to say wheat in Finnish: vehnä

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

To say wheat in Finnish: vehnä
Say it out loud: “vehh na

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Some more helpful words in our Finnish Diet Considerations category:

bread – leipä  (lay pa)
cheese – juusto  (yoos toh)
coeliac – keliakia  (keh li ah kia)
dairy – maitotuotteet  (my toh tuh otteh eht)
eggs – kanan  (kah nahn)
gluten-free – gluteeniton  (gluh teh eh ni tohn)
I am vegan – olen vegaani  (oh len veh gaah ni)
I am vegetarian – olen kasvissyöjä  (oh len kahs viss suo yah)
kosher – kosher  (kosh err)
meat – liha  (lih ha)
milk – maito  (my toh)
nuts – pähkinä  (pahh kih na)
organic – luomu  (luh oh mu)
sugar – sokeri  (soh que rih)
wheat – vehnä  (vehh na)

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

Arabic–Qamh  (kamh)
Chinese–Xiǎomài  (Shyao Mai)
Croatian–pšenica  (puh sheh neet suh)
Czech–pšenice  (pscheh neet say)
Finnish–vehnä  (vehh na)
French–blé  (blee)
German–weizen  (vyt zen)
Italian–grano  (grah no)
Japanese–Komugi  (Koh Moo Gee)
Korean–Mil  (Mil)
Polish–zboże  (zbo' zheh)
Portuguese–Trigo  (tree goo)
Russian–pshenitsa  (psheh nee tsah)
Spanish–trigo  (tree go)
Swahili–ngano  (nn gah noh)
Thai–Khao Sali  (KAO sah lee)
Turkish–bugday  (boo dye)
Vietnamese–Mì  (Mee)

"wheat" (vehnä) and "wheat" (vehnä) products are some of the common allergens, yet most favorite food ingredients in most cultures. Therefore knowing how to confirm whether the food is free of "wheat" (vehnä) in Finnish is important, if you are allergic. Get instant access to the Finnish Language Set and learn more about common food phrases.

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