coriander

The Hebrew that is translated as “coriander” in English was translated in the 1900 Kalaallisut (Greenlandic) translation (a newer version was published in 2000) as kuániarssuit or “angelica.” “Kuániarssuit (modern kuanniarsuit) [is] a plural form based on the stem kuáneĸ (modern kuanneq), ‘angelica’ (angelica archangelica ), an herb native to Greenland and other Arctic and subarctic regions, used as a seasoning in food and as a kind of tea.” (Source: Lily Kahn & Riitta-Liisa Valijärvi in The Bible Translator 2019, p. 125ff.)