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Meanings of "pea" in Spanish English Dictionary : 29 result(s)

English Spanish
General
pea guisante [m]
pea arveja [f]
pea arveja [f] LAM
pea ervilla [f]
pea arvejo [m]
pea chícharo [m] MX
pea guisante [m] ES
pea bizco [m] PR rur.
pea chícharo [m] MX NI CU
pea chícharo [m] HN DO
pea chícharo [m] MX NI CU
pea jolantao [m] PE
pea jolantau [m] PE
pea chícharo [m]
pea bisalto [m] rur. rare
Slang
pea arveja [f] CL
Engineering
pea grancilla [f]
Gastronomy
pea arveja [f] LAM ES
pea alverja [f] PE
pea chícharo [m] CU MX ES
pea pésol [m] ES
pea bisalto [m]
pea petit pois CR NI PA VE
Baseball
pea bola rápida
Botany
pea pitipuá [f] HN PR
pea arveja [f] LA
pea arvejo [m]
pea chícharo [m]
Horticulture
pea alverja [f] LA

Meanings of "pea" in English Spanish Dictionary : 5 result(s)

Spanish English
General
pea [f] VE drunkenness
pea [f] intoxication
Colloquial
pea [f] drunkenness
Slang
pea [f] drunkenness
Ornithology
pea [f] MX brown jay (psilorhinus morio)

Meanings of "pea" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 369 result(s)

English Spanish
General
sweet pea alverjilla [f]
chick-pea coloured agarbanzado [adj]
snow pea bisalto [m] ES local
flat pea muela [f]
green pea vainica [f]
sweet pea arveja [f] GT HN NI CR DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
sweet pea arvejilla [f] UY
black-eyed pea caupí [m]
black-eyed pea frijol [m] VE
black-eyed pea (república dominicana) anconí [m]
pigeon pea guandul [m]
pigeon pea guandú [m]
sweet pea arvejón [m] MX
black pea frijol de ojo negro [m]
butterfly pea bejuco de conchitas [m] PR rur.
cordovan pea bejuco de conchitas [m] PR rur.
darwin pea bejuco de conchitas [m] PR rur.
blue pea bejuco de conchitas [m] PR rur.
pea shooter bodoqui [m] BO:E
mix ground coffee with powder of other ground grains, especially the pea café mezclado [m] CU
snap pea bizco [m] PR rur.
snow pea bizco [m] PR rur.
three shells and a pea juego de la mosqueta [m] AR UY
pea comb moño de frijol [m] HN
pigeon pea frijol de palo PE
black-eyed pea chícharo de vaca MX
black-eyed pea frijol alacín HN NI
black-eyed pea frijol castilla PE
black-eyed pea frijol carita CU
black-eyed pea fríjol caupí CO
black-eyed pea frijol de vara NI
black-eyed pea frijol yorimón MX
black-eyed pea frijol ojo negro PA
black-eyed pea frijol pelón MX
black-eyed pea poroto caupí AR
sweet pea guisante de olor
pea-shooter cerbatana [f]
small kind of chick-pea cícera [f]
pea-shooter bodoquera [f]
pea-hen pava [f]
pea-nut seller cacahuetera [f]
small kind of chick-pea cicercha [f]
small kind of chick-pea cicércula [f]
chick-pea coloured agarbanzado [adj]
pea-nut seller cacahuetero [m]
sweet pea clarín [m] CL
chick-pea garbanzo [m]
small chick-pea garbanzuelo [m]
kind of pea pésol [m]
pea-chick pavito real [m]
kind of pea/bean tito [m]
toasted chick-pea torrado [m]
roasted pea tostón [m]
chick-pea coloured agarbanzada [adj/f]
pea-gun cerbatana [f]
pea soup sopa de guisantes [f]
pea-nut cacahuete [m]
pea-nut cacahuey [m]
pea-nut maní [m] CU
pea-nut cacahué [m]
pea-soup fog camanchaca (aimara) [f] PE BO
Idioms
as thick as pea soup muy espesa (la niebla)
pea-brained idiota
pea-brained estúpido
thick as pea soup bruma espesa
Law
nonap pea led judgment sentencia ejecutoriada
Computer
garden pea guisante [m]
Engineering
pea coal grancilla [f]
pea gravel gravilla [f]
pea gravel gravilla [f]
green pea guisante [m]
pea-jacket chaquetón [m]
pea gravel confitillo [m] MX
pea coal garbanzo [m] MX
pea stone confitillo [m] MX
pea-ore mineral pisiforme
anchor pea uña del ancla
pea-sheller desgranadora de guisantes
pea coal carbón menudo
grey pea guisante forrajero
field pea guisante forrajero
pea lamp lámpara con tamaño de guisante
Biology
garden pea arveja [f]
shelling pea arveja [f]
green pea arveja [f]
snow pea arveja cometodo
sweet pea arveja dulce
snow pea arveja china
eat-all pea arveja china
chick pea garbanzo
eat-all pea arveja cometodo
green pea guisante cultivado
garden pea guisante cultivado
shelling pea guisante cultivado
sweet pea guisante delicioso
Chemistry
pea coal grancilla [f]
pea coal carbón menudo [m]
rough-pea coal carbón granza a granel [m]
pea coal carbón granza [m]
Geology
pea gravel piñoncillo [m]
Construction
pea gravel gravilla [f]
Automotive
pea coal menudos [m/pl]
Aeronautics
pea lamp lamparita [f]
pea lamp lámpara diminuta
Maritime Transport
shelling pea guisante [m]
Agriculture
field pea arveja [f]
Ieaf and pod spot of pea antracnosis del guisante [f]
pigeon pea gandul [m]
pigeon pea quinchoncho [m] VE
pigeon pea xkok [m] MX:Se disused rur.
leaf-and-pod spot of pea antracnosis del guisante
Gastronomy
green pea chícharo [m]
rice cooked with beans or some other grain like corn, pigeon pea, or garbanzo arroz junto [m] PR
pea cream with ham crema de guisantes con jamón
pea omelette tortilla de guisantes
pea and ham soup sopa de guisantes con jamón
Botanic
green pea guisante verde
Zoology
pea-weevil gorgojo [m]
Mining
pea coal carbón granza
pea coal carbón menudo
British Slang
sweet-pea querido [interj]
pea head cabeza de guisante
pea head microcéfalo
sweet-pea adorado
Botany
sweet pea arveja olorosa [f]
pea plant alberja [f] BO UY
pea (pisum sativum) alberja [f] BO UY
garden pea (pisum sativum) alverja [f] PA CO VE EC PE BO rur.
field pea alverja [f] PA CO VE EC PE BO rur.
field pea alverja [f] MX NI PY AR UY CL
garden pea (pisum sativum) alverja [f] MX NI PY AR UY CL
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) alverjilla [f] EC:S AR UY
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) pacará [f] BO:S AR
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) oreja de negro [f] AR UY
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) oreja de mono [f] BO:E
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae, native to the tropics and subtropics of the americas (caesalpinia pulcherrima) barbona [f] HN
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) adormidera [f] MX DO PR CO VE
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) dormidera [f] MX PA CU DO PR CO VE EC BO
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) dormilona [f] HN SV NI CR CU DO BO
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) sensitiva [f] GT HN
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) vergonzosa [f] MX CU
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to argentina, brazil, paraguay, and uruguay (prosopis affinis) algarrobilla [f] BO CL AR
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) acacia [f] MX GT HN CR PA
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) barbona [f] HN
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) clavellina [f] CU PR
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) flor de ángel [f] PE
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) guacamaya [f] CU
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) sirundanicua [f] MX:W
common pea (pisum sativum) alverja (panamá/colombia/venezuela/ecuador/perú/bolivia) [f]
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) alverjilla [f] EC:S AR UY
common pea (pisum sativum) alberja [f] BO UY
common pea (pisum sativum) arveja [f] UY
common pea (pisum sativum) pitipuá [f] HN PR
common pea (pisum sativum) petipuá [f] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) arvejilla [f] UY
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) alverjilla [f] EC:S AR UY
garden pea arveja [f] UY
garden pea alberja [f] BO UY
garden pea petipuá [f] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE
garden pea pitipuá [f] HN PR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) acacia de los masones [f] DO
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) brea del agua [f] AR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) aroma extranjera [f] DO
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) cinacina [f] AR UY
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) cina-cina [f] AR UY
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) parkinsonia [f] CL
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) retama [f] MX
field pea alberja [f] BO UY
field pea arveja [f] UY
field pea petipuá [f] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE
field pea pitipuá [f] HN PR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) acacia de los masones [f] DO
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) acacia de los masones [f] DO
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) aroma extranjera [f] DO
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) brea del agua [f] AR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) cina-cina [f] AR UY
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) cinacina [f] AR UY
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) parkinsonia [f] CL
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) retama [f] MX
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) ciña ciña [f] AR UY
rosary pea peronía [f] MX
rosary pea semilla de culebra [f] MX
rosary pea peonía [f] MX CU CO
paternoster pea semilla de culebra [f] MX
paternoster pea peronía [f] MX
paternoster pea peonía [f] MX CU CO
love pea semilla de culebra [f] MX
love pea peronía [f] MX
love pea peonía [f] MX CU CO
precatory pea peronía [f] MX
precatory pea semilla de culebra [f] MX
precatory pea peonía [f] MX CU CO
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' disciplina de monja [f] AR:Nw
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' disciplina de monje [f] AR:Nw
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' espiga de amor [f] PR
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' espiga de oro [f] PR
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' piscala [f] AR:Nw
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' lágrima de la virgen [f] AR:Nw
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' lagaña de perro [f] AR:Nw
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae, native to the tropics and subtropics of the americas (caesalpinia pulcherrima) flor de ángel [f] PE
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to the neotropics (pithecellobium saman) cenízaro [f] HN:E SV NI
a creeping annual or perennial flowering plant of the pea/legume family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) dormidebas [f] PA
a creeping annual or perennial flowering plant of the pea/legume family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) adormidera [f] MX DO PR CO VE
wild pea papa de la reina [f] DO
wild pea sonajera [f] PR
spurred butterfly pea papa de la reina [f] DO
spurred butterfly pea sonajera [f] PR
garden pea pitipuá [f] HN PR
pea eggplant pendejera [f] CU
pea aubergine pendejera [f] CU
coral pea peronía [f] PR
garden pea (pisum sativum) pitipuá [f] HN PR
field pea pitipuá [f] HN PR
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (dipteryx odorata) sarrapia [f] CO
grass pea almorta (mozárabe) [f]
blue sweet pea almorta (mozárabe) [f]
chickling pea almorta (mozárabe) [f]
indian pea almorta (mozárabe) [f]
white pea almorta (mozárabe) [f]
seed of the grass pea almorta [f]
sweet pea alverjilla [f] EC
arabian pea (bituminaria bituminosa) angelota [f]
wild pea (pisum sativum) arvejona loca [f] AL
pea (pisum sativum) aveza [f] ES local
red pea cicercha [f]
a species of wild pea (lathyrus cicera) cicercha [f]
red pea cicércula [f]
a species of wild pea (lathyrus cicera) cicércula [f]
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) cinacina [f] AR UY
sweet pea tree caitón [m] SV
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) cambá nambí [m] AR UY
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) toco [m] BO
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (enterolobium contortisiliquum) timbó [m] BO:S PY AR UY
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) moriviví [m] CU DO PR
a creeping annual or perennial herb of the pea family fabaceae (mimosa pudica) quececupatle [m] GT
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) agüiste [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chacalshúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chacamalsúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chacamalsóchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chachalcahuite [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) espantalobos [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) jilincuche [m] HN
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia pulcherrima) tabachín [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) ahuiste [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) mongollano [m] SV
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) mangollano [m] HN SV
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) espino dulce [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) michigüiste [m] HN NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) huamuche [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) huamúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) guamuche [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) pinzán [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) guamúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) cuamúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) pinzan [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) guamá americano [m] PR
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) clarín [m] CL
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) doncenón [m] CO
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) tacón [m] BO
common pea (pisum sativum) chícharo [m] MX NI CU
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) arvejón [m] MX
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) clarín [m] CL
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) doncenón [m] CO
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) tacón [m] BO
garden pea chícharo [m] MX NI CU
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) huacáporo [m] MX
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) guacóporo [m] MX
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) espinillo [m] PR VE
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) juso [m] PR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) palo de rayo [m] PR
field pea chícharo [m] MX NI CU
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) añil [m] MX GT HN SV NI PA
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) índigo [m] HN SV
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) jiquilite [m] MX GT HN SV
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) jiquelite [m] MX NI
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) jiquilete [m] MX PR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) huacáporo [m] MX
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) guacóporo [m] MX
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) espinillo [m] PR VE
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) juso [m] PR
a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (parkinsonia aculeata) palo de rayo [m] PR
sweet pea (vicia angustifolia) clarín [m] CL
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (caesalpinia mexicana) chacté (del maya) [m] MX:Se
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae, native to the tropics and subtropics of the americas (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chacamalsóchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae, native to the tropics and subtropics of the americas (caesalpinia pulcherrima) chacamalsúchil [m] MX
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) chiminango [m] CO:Sw
rosary pea xoxoac [m] MX
rosary pea chocho [m] DO CO
paternoster pea chocho [m] DO CO
paternoster pea xoxoac [m] MX
love pea chocho [m] DO CO
love pea xoxoac [m] MX
precatory pea xoxoac [m] MX
precatory pea chocho [m] DO CO
an evergreen shrub or small tree in the pea family that typically grows to 10' tall but occasionally rises to as much as 15' mal de ojo [m] AR
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) espino dulce [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) mongollano [m] SV
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) michigüiste [m] HN NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) mangollano [m] HN SV
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) ahuiste [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (pithecellobium dulce) agüiste [m] NI
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae, native to the tropics and subtropics of the americas (caesalpinia pulcherrima) espantalobos [m] MX
southern pea alacín [m] HN NI
southern pea cuarentano [m] MX SV
southern pea frijol alasín [m] HN NI
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to the neotropics (pithecellobium saman) carreto [m] GT HN SV
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to tropical regions of the americas (enterolobium cyclocarpum) carito [m] CO
black-eye pea alacín [m] HN NI
black-eye pea cuarentano [m] MX SV
black-eye pea frijol alasín [m] HN NI
crowder pea, an annual herbaceous legume from the genus vigna (vigna unguiculata) alacín [m] HN NI
crowder pea, an annual herbaceous legume from the genus vigna (vigna unguiculata) cuarentano [m] MX SV
crowder pea, an annual herbaceous legume from the genus vigna (vigna unguiculata) frijol alasín [m] HN NI
black-eye pea frijol alasín [m] HN NI
zombi pea frijol cimarrón [m] DO PR
type of pigeon pea frijol de palo [m] SV CR PA:W
type of pigeon pea frijol de vara [m] SV
type of pigeon pea frijolillo [m] CR PA
black-eye pea cuarentano [m] MX SV
black-eye pea alacín [m] HN NI
southern pea frijol de carita [m] CU
southern pea caupí [m] AR:Nw
a species of flowering plant in the pea family (pithecellobium dulce) guamuche [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family (enterolobium cyclocarpum) guanacastle [m] MX
southern pea frijol alasín [m] HN NI
southern pea cuarentano [m] MX SV
southern pea alacín [m] HN NI
crowder pea frijol alasín [m] HN NI
crowder pea cuarentano [m] MX SV
crowder pea alacín [m] HN NI
black-eye pea frijol de carita [m] CU
black-eye pea caupí [m] AR:Nw
a species of flowering tree in the pea family (brya ebenus) granadillo [m] CU
crowder pea frijol de carita [m] CU
crowder pea caupí [m] AR:Nw
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) iquimite [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) patol [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) pitol [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) pemuche [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) purecua [m] MX:W
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) pureque [m] MX:W
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) zompancle [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) sompantle [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) sompancle [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) zompacle [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) zompantle [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae, that is native to mexico (erythrina coralloides) zumpantle [m] MX
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) xiquilite [m] MX
pea (pisum sativum) jolantao [m] PE
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) doncenón [m] CO
a liana in the pea family (entada phaseoloides) ojo de buey [m] CR CO
a species of flowering plant of the genus canavalia in the pea family (canavalia maritima) mato de playa [m] PR
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (tephrosia purpurea) pelapalo [m] PR
a species of flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (tephrosia purpurea) pela palo [m] PR
garden pea (pisum sativum) petipuá (francés) [m] HN SV NI CR PA BO
ashen hoary pea (tephrosia cinerea) sulché [m] MX:Se
a species of flowering tree in the pea family (brya ebenus) tampicirán [m] MX
a species of flowering tree in the pea family, fabaceae (dipteryx odorata) almendrillo [m] CU DO PR
grass pea alverjón [m]
blue sweet pea alverjón [m]
indian pea alverjón [m]
arabian pea (bituminaria bituminosa) trébol hediondo [m]
arabian pea angelote [m]
australian pea flower (lablab purpureus) caracolillo [m]
flower of the australian pea flower caracolillo [m]
green pea (pisum sativum) chícharo [m]
a flowering plant in the pea family, fabaceae (indigofera suffruticosa) hojas azules [f/pl] DO
sweet pea guisante de olor
Horticulture
sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus) clarín [m] CL