Is "loukaniko" the general word for a sausage in Greek or just for a particular type of sausage? In Bulgarian a similar word ('лукан(ь)ка' /the ь is silent/) means а kind of dry salami, similar to sujuk.
PS The word itself comes from the name of an area in Southern Italy, called Lucania. For those who want a hint that would help them learn the word, note that lycan means a werewolf... and werewolves' favourite snack is meat.
There's a joke about this:
There was a couple once, and they had a baby boy. However, they couldn't agree about how they should name him. The father wanted to name him Loukas, while the mother wanted to name him Nikos.
Since they couldn't come to an agreement, they just named him Λουκάνικο. The end.
Stupid joke, but meh, whatever.
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That's a good point. In my experience, I've seen a lot of Greek dishes used in their generic form...gyros, tzatziki, etc but I've only seen "loukanika" as "Loukanika: Greek sausage". And I did a lot of googling to check it out with it only being shown in Greek restaurants (and I even found some enticing recipes...)
So, it might be hard to understand. I will add it as an alternative Eng. translation and check with the team about making it the primary translation.
Thanks fo your suggestion.