A.K.A Hudson Bay Currant / Wild Black Currant / Brown Bear’s Berry / Western Black Currant / Raven’s Berry / Devilberry / Toadberry / Blueberry’s Cousin.

  • Yugtun (Central Yup’ik): Atsaanglluk / Currluk / Qucakiq (black currant). Cularlussaq (northern black currant).
  • Sugcestun (Sugpiaq/Alutiiq): Uqugniilnguqi. Tan’erqaq qunisiq (black currant).
  • Dena’ina Qenaga (Dena’ina): Ggagga giga.
  • Deg Xinag (Deg Hit’an): Gag veda / Imedz gaga’.
  • Doogh Qinag (Holikachuk): Geeg mighuda’.
  • Dinak’i (Upper Kuskokwim): Niłtinejija’.
  • Denaakk’e (Koyukon): Dotson’ geege’ / Dotson’ geega’ / Geege meghʉdaa’ / Korota’a.
  • Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa (Gwich’in): Deetree jàk / Nee’yuu.
  • Häł gołan (Hän): Łąyy jèyy’.
  • Neeʼaandèegnʼ (Upper Tanana): Shoh jign / Ne’etsei jigi.
  • Atnakenaege’ (Ahtna): Gigi ntsen / Łigige’.
  • dAXunhyuuga’ (Eyak): WehX (currants).
  • Lingít Yoo Xʼatángi (Tlingit): X̲aaheiwú (black currant). Kadooheix̲.aa (currants).
  • Xaad Kíl (Haida): Gálun (currants). Ḵ’íit’gwaang (western black currant).
  • Ribes hudsonianum from the Gooseberry (Grossulariaceae) family, found in all regions of Alaska. This black currant has white flowers and smooth, flavorful (bitter) berries. Edible raw/cooked.