How to say “I’m allergic to peanuts” in 50 different languages

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Last updated: December 2, 2016

Are you traveling abroad and are allergic to peanuts? No problem, here’s the sentence that could save your life in different languages. Do not let peanut allergy stop you from traveling. Usually, most people are understanding and airlines and others do their best to accommodate and inform all guests that there is a passenger who is allergic to peanuts.

Sometimes, though, the locals do not speak fluent English, and then it might be a good idea to learn how to say “I’m allergic to peanuts” in the local language of the country you will be visiting. Below I’ve collected a list of how you say “I’m allergic to peanuts” in the world’s 50 most common languages.

As a bonus, I’ve also included a small nut allergy guide for those who will travel to a Spanish-speaking country.

“I’m Allergic to Peanuts in 50 different languages”

List below in alphabetical order from A to W. 

Afrikaans – “Ek is allergies vir grondboontjies.”

Albanian – “Unë jam alergjik ndaj kikirikë.”

I’m allergic to peanuts in Arabic – “لدي حساسية تجاه الفول السوداني (L’daya hasesseeya tuje haful hasu deni).”

Armenian – “Ես ալերգիկ եմ արախիս (Yes alergik yem arakhis).”

Azerbaijani – “I yer fındığı alerjim var.”

Basque – “Ni naz da kakahueteak alergikoak.”

Belarus – “У мяне алергія на арахіc (U mianie alierhija na arachis).”

Bosnian – “Ja sam alergičan na kikiriki”

Bulgariska – “Аз съм алергичен къмфъстъци (Az sum alergichen kum fustutsi).”

Catalan – “Sóc lèrgic als cacauets.”

Chinese – “我对花生过敏 (Wǒ duì huāshēng guòmǐn).”

Croatian – “Ja sam alergičan na kikiriki.”

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Czech – “Jsem alergický na arašídy.”

Danish – “Jeg er allergisk overfor jordnødder.”

Dutch – “Ik ben allergisch voor pindas.”

Estländska – “Olen allergiline pähklitele.”

English – “I’m allergic to peanuts”

Finnish – “Olen allerginen maapähkinöiden.”

I’m allergic to peanuts in french – “Je suis allergique aux arachides.”

How to say I’m allergic to peanuts in German – “Ich bin allergisch gegen erdnüsse.”

Greek – “Έχω αλλεργία στα φιστίκια (Écho allergía sta fistíkia).”

Haitian Creole – “Mwen fè alèji ak pistach.”

Hebrew – “אני אלרגי לבוטנים (Ani alergi l’botnim).”

Hindi – “मैं मूँगफली से एलर्जी है (Maiṁ mūm gaphalī sē ēlarjī hai).”

Hungarian – “Én allergiás vagyok aföldimogyoró.”

Icelandic – “Eg er með ofnæmi fyrir hnetum.”

Indonesian – “Saya alergi terhadap kacang.”

I’m allergic to peantus in italian – “Sono allergico alle arachidi.”

Japanese – “私はピーナッツアレルギーです(Watashi wa pīnattsuarerugīdesu).”

Korean – “제가 땅콩 알러지가있어 (Jega ttangkong alleojiga iss-eo).”

Latvian – “Man ir alerģija pret zemesriekstiem.”

Lithuanian – “Aš esu alergiškas žemės riešutams.”

Macedoni – “Jас сум алергична на кикирики (Jas sum alergična na kikiriki).”

Maori – “Au pāwera ki pīnati ahau”

Montenegro – “Ja sam alergičan na kikiriki”

Norwegian – “Jeg er allergisk mot peanøtter.”

Polish – “Jestem uczulony na orzeszki ziemne.”

Portuguese – “Eu sou alérgica a amendoim.”

Rumanian – “Eu sunt alergic la arahide.”

Russian – “У меня аллергия на арахис (U menya allergiya na arahis).”

Serbian – “Ја сам алергичан на кикирики (Ja sam alergičan na kikiriki).”

Slovak – “Som alergický na arašidy.”

I’m allergic to peanuts in Spanish – “Soy alérgico a los cacahuetes.”

Swedish – “Jag är allergisk mot jordnötter.”

Swahili – “Mimi nina mzio wa karanga”

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Thai – “ฉันแพ้ถั่วลิสง (Chạn phæ thạ̀w lisng).”

Turkish – “I fıstık alerjim var.”

Ukrainian – “У мене алергія на арахіс (U mene alerhiya na arakhis).”

Vietnamese – “Em dị ứng với đậu phộng.”

Welsh – Rydw i’n alergedd i gnau daear”


Mini Guide for those traveling to a Spanish-speaking country

In Spanish, the following words mean peanut “cacahuete”, “cachuate”, or “mania”. Peanut Cream can be called “Mantequilla de cacahuete” or “crema de cacahuete”. Peanut oil is called “aceite de cachuate”.

How to ask if something containing peanuts: “Esto contiene cacahuetes?”

As long as you know this, it is easy to ask if something is containing peanuts. Spanish is one of the world’s most spoken language and the official language of many countries outside Spain, especially in South and Central America. So, how to say I’m allergic to peanuts in Spanish could be very useful to know.

Do you know how to say that one is allergic to peanuts in more languages? Please share in the comments section below.

December 1st, 2016|

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