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Sapodilla is known as mispel in the Virgin Islands and Dutch Caribbean, zapote in Honduras, níspero in Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Cuba, Guyana, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela, dilly in the Bahamas, naseberry in Jamaica and other parts of the Caribbean, sapoti in Brazil (Portuguese pronunciation: [sɐpuˈtʃi]) and Haiti, chico in the Philippines and chicosapote or chicozapote in Mexico, Hawaii, and Florida.

It is known as chikoo (chiku, “चीकू”) in Northern India and Pakistan, (“چیکو” chiku and “ਚੀਕੂ” in Punjab) and sapota in some parts of India (“சப்போட்டா” in Tamil Nadu, “ಸಪೋಟ” in Karnataka, “సపోటా” in Andhra Pradesh, “സപ്പോട്ട ” in Kerala), sapathilla or rata-mi in Sri Lanka, sobeda/sofeda (সবেদা or সফেদা) in eastern India and Bangladesh, sabudheli (“ސަބުދެލި”) in Maldives, sawo in Indonesia and saos in the province of West Sumatra, hồng xiêm (lit. Siamese persimmon), lồng mứt or xa pô chê in Vietnam, lamoot (ละมุด) in Thailand, Laos and (ល្មុត) in Cambodia.

It is called ciku (pronounced chiku) in standard Malay and sawo nilo in Kelantanese Malay. In Chinese, the name is mistakenly translated by many people roughly as “ginseng fruit” (人參果), though this is also the name used for the pepino, an unrelated fruit; it should instead be “heart fruit” (人心果) because it is shaped like the heart.