How to say “dandruff” in Hebrew

קַשְׂקַשִּׂים

The scales of a fish, reptile, etc. in Hebrew are called קשקש or collectively קשקשת . Since they’re a flaky substance that sheds, Modern Hebrew called dandruff קשקשת as well, or in colloquial Hebrew, קשקשים .

For example:

יש לך שמפו נגד קשקשים?

Do you (a male) have anti-dandruff shampoo?

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