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How to Say Hello in 65 Different Languages

How to Say Hello in 65 Different Languages

Are you trying to figure out how to say hello in different languages?  Below we have a list of 65 ways to say hello in foreign languages.  As frequent travellers we place importance on learning different ways to say hello.  I think it is so beneficial to learn at least the basic words in the language of the country that you are visiting.

How to Say Hello in Different Languages

To say hello in many languages might be slightly challenging for those who aren’t inclined to learning languages easily; but it truly is worth the effort!  We have also included some phrase books as well as learning lesson for those who wish to extend their vocab.

On our list, we include 65 ways to say hello in other languages; from how to say hello in French; how to say hello in German; to how to say hello in Chinese and Korean; and more!

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How to Say Hello in Different Languages

– A list of 65 different languages and dialects –

Here is a hello in different languages list; in 65 different languages and dialects in fact!

 

AFRIKAANS – Goeie dag

ALBANIAN – Tungjatjeta (toon-jah-TYEH-tah)

ARABIC – Ahlan bik

BASQUE – Kaixo (kai-sho)

BELARUSIAN – Vitaju (vee-TAH-you)

BENGALI – Nomoskar

BOSNIAN – Selam

BRETON – Demat (de-mat)

BULGARIAN – Zdravej (zdrah-VEY)

BURMESE – Mingala ba

CATALAN – Hola (OH-lah)

CHINESE – Nín hao

CROATIAN – Zdravo

CZECH – Nazdar

DANISH – Hallo


DUTCH – Hallo

ESTONIAN – Tere (TEHR-reh)

FILIPINO – Helo

FINNISH – Moi (moy) / Hei (hay)

FRENCH – Bonjour (bohn-ZHOOR)

FRISIAN – Goeie (GOO-ee)

GERMAN – Guten Tag

GREEK – Geia!

HEBREW – Shalóm (shah-LOHM)

HINDI – Namasté

HUNGARIAN – Szia (SEE-ah)

ICELANDIC – Halló (ha-loh)

INDONESIAN – Hai

INUPIAQ – Kiana

IRISH – Dia duit (DEE-ah GHWIT)

ITALIAN – Buongiorno (bwohn JOHR-noh)

JAPANESE – Kónnichi wa


KOREAN – Annyeonghaseyo

LAO – Sabai dii

LATIN – Ave

LATVIAN – Es mīlu tevi

LUXEMBOURGISH – Moïen (moy-en)

MALAY – Selamat petang

MONGOLIAN – Sain baina uu

NEPALI – Namaste

NORTHERN SOTHO – Dumêlang (doo-meh-lang)

NORWEGIAN – Hallo

PERSIAN – Salâm

POLISH – Cześć (cheshch)

PORTUGESE – Olá

ROMANIAN – Salut

RUSSIAN – Privét (pree-VYEHT)

SAMOAN – Talofa (tah-low-fah)

SERBIAN – ćao

SESOTHO – Dumela (doo-meh-lah)

SLOVAK – Nazdar

SLOVENE – Zdravo (ZDRAH-voh)

SPANISH – Hola

SWAHILI – Jambo

SWEDISH – Hej


TAGALOG – Halo

TAHITIAN – Ia ora na (ee-ah oh-rah-na)

THAI – Sàwàtdee kráp

TONGAN – Mālō e lelei (mah-loh ah leh-leh)

TURKISH – Merhaba

UKRANIAN – Pryvít (prih-VEET)

URUDU – Adaab arz hai

VIETNAMESE – Chào

WELSH – S’mae (s-my/shoo-my)

YIDDISH – A gutn tog (a goo-ten tawg)

 

Being able to say hello in multiple languages is truly invaluable as a traveller.  In actual fact it is one of the first things we ask our taxi driver as we leave the airport upon arrival – ‘How do you say hello?’, ‘How do you say thank you?’ and ‘How do you say, how much?’.

I hope you have found our list of of ways to say hi in different languages interesting!

 

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How to Say Hello in 50 Different Languages

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Leave us a Comment:

  • Do you know of any other ways to say hello that we might have missed?
  • What is your number?  How many times can you say hello in foreign languages?
  • We have listed 65 ways to say hello in various languages; I would love to know which way is your favourite?

 

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