Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Say Good Morning in Different Languages

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These are phrases you use when you greet people in the morning. Exactly when you use these phrases varies from country to country.in different countries around the world. Use this information to greet and impress your friends who speak a different language other than your mother tongue.

Afrikaans : Goeiemôre, Môre
Albanian : Mirëmëngjes
Aleut : Qilachxizax̂
Alsatian : Güete Morge
Arabic (Modern Standard) : صباح الخير (ṣabāḥul kẖayr)
Arabic (Egyptian) : صباح الخير (ṣabā il kẖayr)
response - صباح النّور (ṣabā in noor)
Arabic (Moroccan) : صباح الخير (ṣbah lkẖīr)
Armenian (Eastern) : Բարի’ լույս: (Bari luys)
Աստծո բարին (Ast.tzo barin) - response
Aragonese : Buen diya
Asturian : Bonos díes
Azerbaijani : Sabahınız xeyir
Basque : Egun on
Belarusian : Добрай раніцы (Dobray ranitsy)
Bosnian : Dobro jutro
Breton : Demat
Bulgarian : Добро утро (Dobro utro)
Catalan : Bon dia
Cebuano : Maayong Buntag
Chamorro : Buenos dihas
Chinese (Cantonese) : 早晨 (jousan)
Chinese (Hakka) : 安早 (on1-zo3)
Chinese (Mandarin) : 早安 (zǎoān) 早上好 (zǎoshànghǎo)
早晨好 (zǎochénhǎo) 你早 (nǐzǎo)
Chinese (Shanghainese) : 早安 (tsoa)
Chinese (Taiwanese) : 爻早 (gau5-tsa2)
Chinese (Teochow) : 早 (ja2)
Cimbrian : Guuten mòrgont
Cornish : Myttin da
Croatian : Dobro jutro
Czech : Dobré rano /Dobrý den
Dalecarlian : Góðmorgun
Danish : God morgen
Dutch : Goede morgen
English : Good Morning
Esperanto : Bonan matenon
Estonian : Tere hommikust
Faroese : Góðan morgun
Fijian : Ni sa yadra
Finnish : Hyvää huomenta
French : Bonjour
Frisian (West) : Goemoarn
Friulian : Bundì
Gaelic (Irish) : Dia dhuit/dhaibh ar maidin, Maidin mhaith
Gaelic (Manx) : Moghrey mie
Gaelic (Scottish) : Madainn mhath
Galician : Bom día
Georgian : დილა მშვიდობისა (dila mshvidobisa)
German : Guten Morgen
Greek : Καλημέρα (Kaliméra)
Greenlandic : Iterluarit / Kumoorn
Haitian Creole : Bonjou, Bon maten
Hawaiian : E ʻôlelo mâlie
Hebrew : בוקר טוב (boker tov)
Hiligaynon (Ilonggo) : Maayong aga
Hindi : नमस्ते (Namaste), सुप्रभात (Suprabhāt), शुभ प्रभात (Śubh prabhāt)
Hungarian : Jó reggelt (kívánok)
Icelandic: Góðan daginn, Góðan dag
Ilocano : Naimbag a bigat
Indonesian : Selamat pagi
Inuktitut : ᐅᓪᓛᒃᑯᑦ (Ulaakut)
Italian : Buongiorno
Japanese : お早うございます (ohayō gozaimasu)
お早う (ohayō)
Jèrriais : Bouônjour (à matîn)
Kashubian : Dzén dobri
Kazakh : Қайырлы таң (Qayırlı tañ)
Kinaray-a : Mayad nga aga
Korean : 안녕하십니까 (annyeonghashimnikka)
Kurdish : Seba be kher
!Kung San : Tuwa
Ladino : (Buenos dias) בואינוס דיאס
Latvian : Labrīt
Limburgish : Gojemörge
Lithuanian : Labas rytas
Luxembourgish : Gudde Moien
Macedonian : Добро утро (Dobro utro)
Māori : Kia ora, Ata marie, Mōrena
Malay : Selamat pagi
Maltese : Bonġu / L-għodwa t-tajba / Bonġornu
Mauritian Creole : Bonzour
Mongolian : Өглөөний мэнд (Öglöönii mend)
Nepali : शुभ प्रभात (Śubh prabhāt)
Norwegian : God morgen
Occitan : Bonjorn
Okinawan : Ukimi soo chii
Papiamentu : Bon dia
Persian : صبح بخير (sobh bekhair)
Polish : Dzień dobry
Portuguese : Bom dia
Romanian : Bună dimineaţa
Russian : Доброе утро (Dobroe utro)
Sardinian : Bonas dies
Scots : Guid mornin
Serbian : Добро јутро (Dobro jutro)
Sesotho : Mmoro (to one person)
Mmorong (to more than one person)
Slovak : Dobré ráno (used until 8am)
Dobrý deň (used from 8am until dark)
Slovenian : Dobro jutro (used until 8am)
Dober dan (used from 8am until sunset)
Spanish : Buenos días
Stellingwarfs : Goeiemorgen
Swahili : Habari ya asubuhi
Swedish : God morgon
Tagalog : Magandang umaga po (frm) Magandang umaga (inf)
Thai : สวัสดีครับ/ค่ะ (sawùt dee krúp/kâ)
Tok Pisin : Moning
Turkish : Günaydın
Ukrainian : Доброго ранку (Dobrogo ranku)
Urdu : صبح بخير (subha ba-khair)
Uzbek : Hayirli tong
Venda : Avuxeni
Vietnamese : Chào buổi sáng
Welsh : Bore da
Yapese : Fal’e kadbul
Yiddish : גוטן מאָרגן (Gutn morgn)

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