How to say hello in different languages list for kids

 

 

 

How to say hello in different languages list for kids

 

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How to say hello in different languages list for kids

 

How to say Hello:

 

Afar (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti)           Mahisse

Afrikaans (Southern Africa)                  Goeie dag

Akha (China, Southeast Asia) [answer]        U du tah ma de

Aklanon (Philippines)                        Kumasta

Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)               Tungjatjeta

Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)               Allo

Altai (Russia)                               Ezender

Amis (Taiwan)                                Nga'aiho

Anglo-Saxon (England)                        God dæg

Apache (Arizona USA)                         Yatasay

Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)           Assalaam-

                                           aleikom

Arabic (Egypt) [answer by male]              Ahlan bik

Arabic (Egypt) [answer by female]            Ahlan biki

Arabic (Morocco)                             Ssalamu 'lekum

Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East)      Voghdzuyin

Asante (Ghana)                               Maakyé

Assyrian (Middle East) [said by male]        Eshlama-

(Neo Syriac Aramaic)                       alukhoom

Assyrian (Middle East) [said by female]      Eshlama-

                                           alakhoom

Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran)               Salaam aleihum

Balinese (Bali)                              Om swastyastu

Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines)      Horas

Batak Toba (Indonesia, Sumatra)              Horas

Bengali (Bangladesh, India)                  Nomoskaar

Biloxi (Mississippi Valley USA)              He' ha

Blackfoot (Alberta Canada, Montana USA)      Oki

Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)             Zdravo

Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)                     Mlembe

Bulgarian (Bulgaria)                         Zdraveite

Burmese (Myanmar)                            Mingala ba

Buryat (Mongolia)                            Sain baina uu

Cajun (Louisiana United States)              Bon jour

Chinese (Cantonese)                          Laihow

Chinese (Mandarin)                         Néih hóu

Cherokee (Oklahoma and North Carolina USA)   O-si-yo

Cheyenne (Montana & Oklahoma USA)            Pave-ésheeva

Chichewa (Malawi)                            Moni

Chickasaw (Oklahoma USA)                     Halito

Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA)  Klahowya

Choctaw (Oklahoma USA)                       Halito

Comanche (Oklahoma USA)                      Maruawe

Cornish (Great Britain)                      Dydh da

Cree (Canada)                                Tánisi

Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia)                   Zdravo

Czech (Czech Republic)                       Dobrý den

Dakota (USA, Canada) [by male]               Hau

Dakota (USA, Canada) [by female]             Han

Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)                 Halabok nak

Danish (Denmark, Greenland)                God dag

Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium)                 Hallo

Egyptian (ancient Egypt)                     Iiti

Enga (Papua New Guinea)                      Kotáka

English (America, Australia, UK)             Hello

English [Strine dialect] (Australia)         Hay gaan

English [Texan dialect] (Texas USA)          Howdy

English [Middle English] (old England)       Gode dai

Faroese (Faroe Islands)                      Hallo

Fijian (Fiji)                                Bula

Finnish (Finland)                            Päivää

French (Europe, Africa, Canada)              Bonjour

Georgian (Georgia)                           Gamardjobat

German (Central Europe)                      Guten Tag  

Greek (Greece, Cyprus)                       Geia sou

Gujarat (Mombay, India)                    Chem Chow

Hawaiian (Hawaii)                            Aloha

Hebrew (Israel) [formal]                     Shalom

Hebrew (Israel) [informal]                   Ma nishma

Hindi (India, East Asia)                     Namasté

Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) [morning]       Dada namona

Hmong Daw (China, Laos, Thailand)            Nyob zoo

Hñähñu (Mexico)                              Haxajua

Hopi (Southwestern USA) [answer]             Owí, nu' waynuma

Hungarian (Hungary)                          Jó napot

Icelandic (Iceland)                          Góðan daginn

Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam)              Selamat

Ingush (Russia)                              Salam

Iñupiaq (Alaska)                             Kiana

Iranian (Iran)                             Salaam/Dorood

Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain)              Dia dhuit

Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa)             Buon giorno

Japanese (Japan)                             Konnichi wa

Karala (Southern India)                    Namskara

Karen (Myanmar)                              Mu eri

Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [formal]        Jambo sana

Korean (Korea)                               Annyoung

                                           hasimnikka

Kuna (Panama)                                Na

Kurdish (Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria)        Selam

Lao (Laos)                                   Sabaai-dii

Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) [most proper]  Ave

Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican)                Salve

Latvian (Latvia)                             Sveiki

Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France)  Moiën

Macedonian (Macedonia)                       Zdravo

Malagasy (Madagascar)                        Manao ahoana

Maltese (Malta)                              Bongu

Mandarin (China) [Guoyu, Putonghua]          Nî hâo

Mende (Sierra Leone)                         Ah wanna-e?

Miami (Indiana & Oklahoma USA)               Aya aya

Mohegan (Eastern USA)                        Aquai

Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA)            Estonko

Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) [to male]          Pial tate

Navajo (Southwestern United States)          Yá'át'ééh

Nepali (Nepal, India)                        Namaste

Norwegian [Nynorsk] (Norway)                 Goddag

Persian (Iran, Afghanista, Tajikestn)            Salaam/Dorood

Polish (Poland)                              Dzien dobry

Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil)                Olá

Prussian (Prussia)                           Kâils

Rapanui (Easter Island)                      Aroha

Romani [Kalderash] (Central Europe)[to one]  Dobroj tut

Romanian (Romania)                           Noroc

Russian (Russia)                             Zdravstvuite

Saisiat (Taiwan)                             Suukatahy

Samoan (Samoa) [haven't seen in a while]     Talofa

Sanskrit (India)                             Namo namah

Scots (Scotland) [morning]                   Guid mornin

Sepedi (South Africa)                        Thobela

Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia)                 Zdravo

Shanghai (Shanghai China)                    Non ho

Shelta (Ireland, USA) [old; no longer used]  Buri talosk

Sherpa [Helambu] (Nepal, Tibet)              Tashi delek

Sicilian (Sicily Italy)                      Sa'benerica

Slovak (Slovakia)                            Dobrý den

Swedish (Sweden, Finland)                    God dag

Tagalog (Philippines)                        Halo

Tahitian (Tahiti French Polynesia)           Ia ora na

Tajikestan                                 Selam

Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus)            Merhaba

Turkmenestan (Xingchiang)                   Selam

Ukrainian (Ukraine)                          Pryvit

Uzbek (Central Asia)                         Salaam

                                           aleikhem

Valencian (Spain)                            Hola

Vietnamese (Vietnam)                         Chào

Welsh (Wales)                                Dydd da

Yiddish (Russia, USA)                        Ah guten tog

Zoroastrian (Iran, India)                  Vishna Sepas

Zulu (South Africa, Lesotho)                 Sawubona

Zuñi (Southwestern United States)            Keshi

 

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