How to say hello in many languages

How to say hello to many languages

How to say hello in many languages

If you want to greet all the people in the world, you have to learn at least 2796 languages and at least 7,00,000,000 people will have to salute. In this guide, you will find many ways to say “Hello”.

Hello in languages
img srce: Youtube

The best way to salute the world and the Asana method is to join hands.

 

Afrikaans (Afrikaans) – Hallo (hello) is called hoo-lalo

hello_in_afrikaans
img srce: zazzle

Alibamu – Chima

Amharic – “Tena Yistelegn”, it is very formal. You can also say “salam”.

Albenian – Tungjatjeta, meaning long life.

A’Leamona – Tahlane Doa

Arabic (Arabic) – صباح الخير (Good morning) says: Sabaho al-Kahir, مساء الخير (Good evening) says: Masou El Kaiyar

Armenian (Armenian) – About or Parav

armenian hello
img srce: stepfeed

Azerbaijani – Hats

Bahamian English – hello (formal), high or heyellow (informal)

Bengali – Hello

Bodo]] – Y or OE or OA

Brahmanian – Kowali

Hindi (Hindi) – Hello

Hoopi-ha-uh

Kannada – Namaskar

Kazakh – Salem, Kaly Jahgadi (How are you?)

Klingon – Nuknek (meaning “what do you want?”)

Konkani – Hello, Namaskar

Lingala – mbote

Lithuyan – Laba Dinna, Labas

Login – someone

Malayalam – Namasteam

Marathi – Hello

Marathi hello
img srce:youtube

Punjabi – Sat Sri Akal

Rajasthani (Marwari) – Khamma Ghani Sa, Ram Ram Sa

Tahitian – Ia Orana

Taiwanese – le-ho

Tamil (Tamil) – Vannakam

Tamil vanakkam
img srce: Youtube

Telugu (Telugu) – Namasteam, Namaskaram (meaning: “How are you?”)

Timor-Leste – Bondia, Bondia, Bonait

 

 

 

Leave a Reply