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[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]

Abaza (Russia)
Mysh bzi
Abaza (Russia)
Umsh bzi
Abé (Côte d'Ivoire)
Bomé
Abé (Côte d'Ivoire)
Eli o
Abkhaz (Georgia)
Mshybzia
Abkhaz (Georgia)
Mshybziakua
Abkhaz (Georgia) [to a man]
Bziara ubaant
Abkhaz (Georgia) [to a woman]
Bziara bbant
Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada)
Kwai
Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada)
Kwai kwai
Abron (Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire)
Akwaaba
Acateco (San Miguel Acatán Guatemala)
Hanik'
Aceh (Sumatra)
Saleum
Aceh (Sumatra)
Assalamoe aleikoem
Achareta (South Asia)
'O
Achareta (South Asia)
'E
Achí (Baja Verapaz Guatemala) [to man]
Xla, ta
Achí (Baja Verapaz Guatemalal) [to woman]
Xla, nan
[Achinese, see Aceh]

Acholi (Uganda, Sudan)
Moreme
Acholi (Uganda, Sudan)
Morembe
Achuar (Peru)
Wiña jai
Achuar (Peru, Ecuador)
Wiñamek
Achuar (Ecuador)
Pujamik?
Acjachemem (San Juan Capistrano Calif. USA)
Mija
Acjachemem (San Juan Capistrano Calif. USA)
Miiya
[Adare, see Harari]

[Adnyamathanha, see Yura Ngawarla]

Adyghe (Middle East)
Fasapshi
Adyghe (NW Caucasus)
Fesapshi
Adyghe (NW Caucasus)
Wimafa shoo
Afar (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti)
Mahisse
Afrikaans (Southern Africa)
Goeie dag
Afrikaans (Southern Africa)
Hallo
Aguacateco (Huehuetenango Guatemala)[to man] Tzu ta'

Aguacateco (Huehueten. Guatemala) [to woman] Tzu na'

Aguaruna (Peru)
Ayú
Aguaruna (Peru)[to a person who is arriving] Minámek?

Aguaruna (Peru)[answer by a person arriving] Minájai

Ainu [Chitose dialect](Japan)[after absense] [person's name]...he

Ainu [Saru dialect] (Japan)
Irankarapte
Ainu (Japan)
Irankaratte
[Akan, see Asante and Fante]

Akha (China, Southeast Asia)
U du tah ma
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) [answer]
U du tah ma de
Aklanon (Philippines)
Kumasta
[Akwa'ala, see Paipai]

Alabamu (Texas USA)
Chíkmàa
Alabamu (Texas USA)
Chisáhmín
Alabamu (Texas USA) [response]
Chisáhmina
Alabamu (Texas USA) [response]
Chakáanobi
Alabamu (Texas USA) [old]
Boso
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)
Tungjatjeta
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)
Allo
Alekano (Papua New Guinea)
Ambo
[Aleut, see Unagan]

Alsatian (France)
Bùschùr
Altai (Russia)
Ezender
Altai (Russia)
Yakshï ba?
Alur (Uganda, Congo-Kinshasha)
Morembe
[Alutiiq, see Suqpiaq]

Amahuaca (Peru)
Sharaa ra
Amarakaeri (Peru)
Ijtiaki
Amarakaeri (Peru)
'Urubada
Amele (Papua New Guinea)
Feele bahic
Amharic (Ethiopia)
Teanastëllën
Amharic (Ethiopia) [informal] Tadiyaas

Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) [informal] Selam

Amis (Taiwan)
Nga'aiho
Amis (Taiwan)
Nga'ay ho ko miso
Amungme (Indonesia)
Amole
Amuzgo (Mexico)
Xmandyu
Anglo-Saxon (England)
God dæg
[Anishinaabe, see Ojibwe]

Antaisaka (Madagascar)
Salama
Antanosy (Madagascar)
Salama
Apache [Jicarilla] (Arizona USA)
Dáazho
Apache [Jicarilla] (Arizona USA)
Daanzho
Apache (Arizona USA)
Dad'atay
Apache (Arizona USA)
Ya'atay
Apache (Arizona USA)
Yatasay
Apache (Arizona USA) [not usually used]
Dagot'ee
Apalai (Brazil)
Moino
Apinagé (Brazil)
Négalinio
Apsaaloke (Montana USA)
Kahé
Apurucayali (Peru)
Kitaitirivi
Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)
Marhaba
Arabic (North Africa, Mid. East) [response]
Marhabtayn
Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)
Ahalan
Arabic (North Africa, Mid. East) [response]
Ahalayn
Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)
Es salaam aleikom
Arabic [response to A salaam aleikom]
Wa aleikom es salaam
Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)
Salaam
Arabic (North Africa)
Ahlen
Arabic (North Africa)
Ahlan
Arabic (North Africa) [response to Ahlan]
Ahlayn
Arabic (Algeria) [informal]
Labass
Arabic (Egypt)
Ahlan wa sahlan
Arabic (Egypt) [answer by male]
Ahlan bik
Arabic (Egypt) [answer by female]
Ahlan biki
Arabic (Egypt) [answer by group]
Ahlan bikum
Arabic (Egypt) [informal]
Sa'ida
Arabic (Iraq) [informal]
Halaw
Arabic (Kuwait) [informal]
Gowwa
Arabic (Morocco)
Ahlen
Arabic (Morocco)
Ssalamu 'lekum
Arabic (Morocco)
Labas
Arabunna (Australia)
Arru
Arabunna (Australia)
Arru anpa
Aragonese (Aragon Spain)
Ola
Aragonese (Aragon Spain)
Salú
[Aramaic, see Assyrian and Chaldean]

Aranda (Australia)
Kelemwarre
[Araucano, see Mapudungun]

[Arawak, see Taino]

Arberesh (Hora e Arbereshevet Italy)
Mirdita
Ardhamagadhi (India)
Jai jinendra
Arikara (United States)
Tashgasha
Ariti [Kaxiniti] (Brazil)
Uzalauáká
Ariti [Kozarini] (Brazil)
Kamataú
Ariti [Uaimare] (Brazil)
Uerauka
Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East)
Voghdzuyin
Armenian [Western] (Armenia) [informal]
Parev
Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia)
Barev dzez
Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) [informal]
Barev
Aromunian (Greece, Balkans)
Bunã dzua
Arrernte (Australia)
Werte
Arrernte (Australia)
Werte marda
Asante (Ghana)
Maakyé
Asante (Ghana) [reply]
Yaa
Ashaninka (Peru)
Aviro
Ashaninka (Peru)
Avirón
Ashaninka (Peru) [response]
Narové
[Ashanti, see Asante] - from St-Takla.org

Ashéninka (Peru)
Kitaitirivi
Assamese (India, Bangladesh)
Namaskaara
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] (Middle East)
Shlama
Assyrian [Western Assyrian] (Middle East)
Shlomo
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by male]
Shlama alukh
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by female]
Shlama alakh
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by male]
Shlama umukh
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by female]
Shlama umakh
Assyrian (Middle East)
Shlama ilakh
Assyrian (Middle East)
Shlama amkhon
Assyrian (Middle East)
Shlama lokhon
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] (Middle East)
Shlama 'lokhun
Assyrian [Western Assyrian] (Middle East)
Shlomo 'laykun
Assyrian (Middle East) [plural]
Shlama alokhun
Assyrian (Iraq)
Shlama alakhun
Asturian (Spain)
Bonos díes
Asturian (Spain)
Bon día
Asturian (Spain)
Hola
Atayal (Taiwan)
Lokah su
Ateso (Uganda)
Yoga
Ateso (Uganda) [answer]
Yoga noi
Ateso (Uganda) [to a person who is working]
Yoga aswam
Ateso (Uganda) [to a person who is working]
Eyalama aswam
Ateso (Uganda) [answer by a working person]
Ebo nakonda
Atikamekw (Montreal and Quebec Canada)
Kwei
Atuona (Marquesas Islands)
Ka oha
[Aukan, see Ndjuka]

[Austrian, see German (Austria)]

Awabakal (Australia)
Ella
Awabakal (Australia)
Alla
Awabakal (Australia)
Wau
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile)
Kamisaraki?
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile)
Kamisaki?
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [answer]
Waliki
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [informal]
Laphi
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [good day]
Aski churatam
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [old, to man]
Askiru churata tatay
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [old to woman] Askiru churata mamay

Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran)
Salam
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran)
Salam ælæyküm
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) [reply]
ælæyküm salam
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran)
Nahardansonia xeyir
[Azeri, see Azerbaijani]

[Aztec, see Náhuatl]



Bafia (Mbam Cameroon)
Wayumbe
Bagesu (Central Africa)
Watulire?
Bagesu (Central Africa) [answer]
Natulire nili mlahi
Bajawa (Indonesia) ['where are you going']
Male de?
Bakitara (Central Africa) [morning]
Oirwota?
Bakitara (Central Africa) [answer]
Ndabanta
Bakitara (Central Africa) [after absense]
Mirembe
Bakweri (Cameroon) [morning]
O wusi
Balanta (Guinea-Bissau)
Abala, lite utchole
Balinese (Bali)
Om swastyastu
Balinese (Bali) [reply]
Om shanti shanti shanti
Balti (India, Pakistan)
Yang chi halyo?
Balti (India, Pakistan) [answer]
Lyakhmo
Bambara (Mali)
I ni bara
Bambara (Mali) [to several people]
Aw ni bara
Bambara (Mali) [to person at a market]
I ni dogo
Bambara (Mali) [to several people at market] Aw ni dogo

Bambara (Mali)
I ni ce
Bambara (Mali) [to several people]
Aw ni ce
Bambara (Mali)
Ebede
Banaban (Kiribati)
Tiabo
Baniua (Brazil)
Pauari-ecuápe
[Banyankole, see Lunyankole]

Baoula (Cote d'Ivoire)
Akwaba
[Bapunu, see Punu]

Bariba (Benin, Nigeria)
Ka weru
[Basa Sunda, see Sunda]

Bashkir (Russia)
Kheyerle irte
Bashkir (Russia)
Khaumykhyghyz
Bashkir (Russia) [informal]
Selem
Basque (Spain, France)
Kaixo
Basque (Spain, France) [informal]
Eup
Basque (Spain, France) [informal]
Epa
Basque (Spain, France) [informal]
Iepa
Basque (Spain, France) [informal]
Aupa
Basque (Spain, France) [after long absense]
Aspaldiko
Basque (Spain, France) [after long absense]
Kaixo aspaldiko
Basque-Icelandic Pidgin (Iceland)
Ungetorre
Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines)
Horas
Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines)
Horas bah
Batak Karo (Indonesia, Sumatra)
Mejuah-juah
Batak Pakpak (Indonesia, Sumatra)
Njuah-juah
Batak Pakpak (Indonesia, Sumatra)
Njuah-njuah
Batak Simalungun (Indonesia, Sumatra)
Horos
Batak Toba (Indonesia, Sumatra)
Horas
[Bavarian, see German (Bavaria)]

Bella Coola (United States)
Yaw
Bellonese (Solomon Islands)
Gaoi
Bellonese (Solomon Islands)
Ngaoi
Belorussian (Belarus)
Pryvitáni
Belorussian (Belarus)
Vitaj
Belorussian (Belarus) [informal]
Zdarow
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Kinshasa)
Mwapoleni
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Kinshasa) [respectful]
Mwapoleni mukwai
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Kinshasa)
Shani
Bemba (Southern Zambia)
Mwabonwa
Bemba (Lusaka Zambia)
Mulibwanji
Bene (Africa)
Bai
Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
Nomoskaar
Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
Ei je
Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
Aadaab
Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
Assalamualaikum
Berau (Indonesia)
Elsalam aleki
[Berber, see Kabyle and Tamasheq]

Beri Beri (Niger)
Wushiwushi
Bété (Côte d'Ivore)
Ayo
Bété (Côte d'Ivore)
Yaawa
Bhojpuri (India)
Kaisan baari log
Bicol (Philippines)
Kumustas
Bicol (Philippines)
Kamusta
Bicol (Philippines)
Marhay na aldaw
Bicol (Philippines)
Marhay na aldaw po
Bicol (Philippines)
Marhay na aldaw sa indo gabos
Bicol (Philippines)
Marhay na aldaw saindong gabos
Bicol (Philippines)
Magandang umaga po
Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia)[you enjoy the night?] Aja kruKwma?

Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia) [yes, good morning]
MerHaba, aja kruKwma
Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia) [have a nice day]
Aja ergruKw'ma?
Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia) [ans: same to you]
MerHaba aja ergruKw'ma
Biloxi (Mississippi Valley USA)
Hi ha'
Biloxi (Mississippi Valley USA)
He' ha
[Bisayan, see Visayan]

Bislama (Vanuatu) [to one person]
Halo
Bislama (Vanuatu) [to two people]
Halo tufala
Bislama (Vanuatu) [to three people]
Halo trifala
Bislama (Vanuatu) [to more than three]
Halo olgeta
Bisu (China, Thailand, Myanmar)
Nang lakéung é-éu?
Bisu (China, Thailand, Myanmar)
Lakéung é-éu?
Bisu (China, Thailand, Myanmar) [answer]
Ga leu-ngé
Bisu (China, Thailand, Myanmar) [answer]
Leu-ngé
Blackfoot (Alberta Canada, Montana USA)
Oki
Blackfoot (Alberta, Montana) [to a friend]
Oki niksokowa
[Blin, see Bilen]

Boboda (Burkina Faso, Mali)
Ka fo
[Bobo Fing, see Boboda]

Bole (Nigeria)
Use
Bole (Nigeria) [morning]
Barka saato
Bole (Nigeria) [afternoon]
Barka bushi
Bole (Nigeria) [answer]
Yawwa
Boloki (Congo-Kinshasa)
Losako
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Zdravo
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Dobar dan
Bosnian (Bosnia) [morning, by Muslims]
Sabah hajrula
Botunga (Congo-Kinshasha, Uganda)
Wa bonwa
Breton (Brittany France)
Boñjour
Breton (Brittany France)
Demat
Breton (Brittany France)
Demad
Breton (Brittany France)
Salut
Breton (Brittany France)
Salud
Breton (Brittany France) [formal & plural]
Demat deoc'h
Breton (Brittany France) [formal & plural]
Demad deoc'h
Breton (Brittany France) [formal & plural]
Salut deoc'h
Breton (Brittany France) [formal & plural]
Salud deoc'h
Breton (Brittany France) [informal]
Demat dit
Breton (Brittany France) [informal]
Demad dit
Breton (Brittany France) [informal]
Salut dit
Breton (Brittany France) [informal]
Salud dit
Breton [Vannetais] (S. Brittany France)
Demat deoh
Breton [Vannetais] (S. Brittany France)[inf] Demat dis

Brigidian (western Ireland)
Aiah ban twon
Brigidian (western Ireland)
Aiah ban twons
Bru (Vietnam)
Bán té
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)
Mlembe
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)
Mulembe
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)
Oreina
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)
Kamakhuwa
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) [to important p.]
Omu angafu akoboole
[Bulgar, see Chuvash]

Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
Zdraveite
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) [informal]
Zdravei
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) [informal]
Zdrave
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) [informal]
Zdrasti
Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
Dobar den
Bulu (Cameroon)
Mbôlô
Bunun (Taiwan)
Masialasang
Bura (Nigeria)
Usa
Burmese (Myanmar)
Mingala ba
Burmese (Myanmar)
Nekaoyela
Burmese (Myanmar) [have you eaten?]
T'amin sapibila?
Burmese (Myanmar) [have you eaten, by man]
K'amya t'amin sapyibabyila?
Burmese (Myanmar) [have you eaten, bu woman] Shin t'amin sapyiabyila?

Burmese (Myanmar) [answer: I have eaten]
Sapyibabyi
Burmese (Myanmar) [where are you going?]
Be thwa malo le?
Burmese (Myanmar) [answer: around here]
Di na le be
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan)
Asalam aleykum
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan)
Leh
Buryat (Mongolia)
Sain baina uu
[Busoga, see Soga]

[Byelorussian, see Belorussian]



Cahuilla (S.California USA) [call attention] Wáa

Cajun (Louisiana United States)
Bon jour
Calapalo (Brazil)
Rena-voítse
[Caló, see Romani [Gitano]]

[Cambodian, see Khmer]

Camuno (Italy) [formal]
Bondesiorìa
Canela (Brazil)
Hââ-pô
Cantonese (China)
Néih hóu
Cantonese (China)
Neilhou
Cantonese (China)
Lay ho
Cantonese (China)
Ho yat
Cantonese (China)
Ngh on
Cantonese (China)
Jou san
[Caribe, see Garífuna]

Cassubian (northwestern Poland)
Witóm
Cassubian (northwestern Poland)
Witôjze
Cassubian (central Kaszebe Poland)
Mojn
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France)
Hola
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France)
Bon dia
Cayuga (Ontario Canada, New York USA)
Sga-noh
Cayuga (Ontario Canada, New York USA)
Sge:no
[Cebuano, see Visayan]

[Chagga, see Kichagga]

Chakma (India, Bangladesh)
Jhu
Chakma (India, Bangladesh)
Oy
Chakma (India, Bangladesh)
Namaskar
Chaldean (Iraq)
Shlama illakh
Cham (Southeast Asia)
Salam
Cham (Southeast Asia)
Salaamz
Cham (Southeast Asia)
Salamu alaikum
Cham (Southeast Asia) [answer]
Alaikum salam
Chamorro (Guam)
Hafa
Chamorro (Guam)
Hafa adai
Chamorro (Guam) [to a man, informal]
Hafa gachong
Chamorro (Guam) [to a woman, informal]
Hafa cheluho
[Chaoshou, see Min Nam]

[Chapai, see Chuj]

Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) [morning]
Cua nque' msaa
Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) [afternoon]
Cua nque' xlyaa
Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) [evening]
Cua nque' sii
Chechen (North Caucasus Russia)
Marsha voghiila
Chechen (North Caucasus Russia) [to man]
Marsha woghiila
Chechen (North Caucasus Russia) [to woman]
Marsha yoghiila
Chechen (North Caucasus Russia) [plural]
Marsha doghiila
Chechen (North Caucasus Russia)
Assalaamu calaikum
Cheke Holo [Maringe] (Solomon Islands)
Keli fara
Cheke Holo [Maringe] (Solomon Islands)
Hameron keli
Cherokee (Oklahoma and North Carolina USA)
O-si-yo
Cherokee (Oklahoma and North Carolina USA)
Si-yo
Cherokee (Oklahoma and North Carolina USA)
Si-yu
Cheyenne (Montana & Oklahoma USA) [to man]
Haaahe
Cheyenne (Montana & Oklahoma USA)
Haaah, epivah-wuh-ennah
Cheyenne (Montana & Oklahoma USA)
Pave-ésheeva
Chichewa (Malawi)
Moni
Chichewa (Malawi)
Muli bwanji
Chichewa (Malawi) [child to older relatives] Moni akuka

Chichewa (Angoniland Malawi)
Tikuoneni
Chickasaw (Oklahoma USA)
Halito
[Chiga, see Kiga]

[Chigogo, see Kigogo]

Chilenje (Zambia)
Mwabonwa
Chilomwe (Malawi)
Mo seriwa
[Chinese, see dialects: Cantonese, Mandarin, Min Dong and Min Nam]

Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA)
LhaXayEm
Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA)
Klahowya
Chinyanja (Southern Africa)
Mònì
Chinyanja (Southern Africa)
Bwino
[Chippewa, see Ojibwe]

Chisena (Malawi)
Bondia
Chishona (Southern Africa) [singular]
Mhoro
Chishona (Southern Africa) [plural]
Mhoroi
Chishona (Southern Africa) [reply]
Ehoi
Chishona (Southern Africa) [formal]
Tikukwaziwai
Chishona (Southern Africa)
Kwaziwai
Chishona (Southern Africa)
Kanjan
Chishona (Southern Africa)
Hevoi
Chishona (Southern Africa)
Uribo
Chishona (Southern Africa)
Mauya
[Chisona, see Chishona]

Chitonga (Malawi)
Mwe uli?
Chitonga (Malawi) [answer]
Teu mampha
Chitonga (Zambia) [morning]
Mwabuka buti
Chitonga (Zambia) [afternoon]
Mwalibizya
Chitonga (Zambia) [afternoon]
Mwayusa
Chitumbuka (Malawi, Zambia)
Monire
Chitumbuka (Malawi, Zambia)
Yewo
[Chivenda, see Venda]

Chiyao (Malawi, Tanzania, Mozambique)
Quamboni
Chiyao (Malawi, Tanzania, Mozambique)
Subayeedi
Choctaw (Oklahoma USA)
Halito
Chokwe (Congo-Kinshasha, Angola, Zambia)
Moyo
Chontal (Oaxaca Mexico, Guatemala)
Xósa
Chortí (Guatemala)
C'oten
Chorti (Guatemala) [response to C'oten]
Chiquento
Chuj (Guatemala)
Buenos día
Chukchi (Russia) [most common]
Ye'ti
Chukchi (Russia)
Ge'et-i-git
Chukchi (Russia)
Toro'ma
Chumash (Santa Barbara California USA)
Haku
Chumash (Santa Barbara California USA)
Yawa
Chuuk (Micronesia)
Ran allim
Chuuk (Micronesia)
Ráán ánnim
Chuuk (Micronesia) [to a man]
Ráán ánnim o
Chuuk (Micronesia) [to a woman]
Ráán ánnim ne
Chuuk (Mortlock Micronesia)
Ráán állim
Chuuk (Chuuk Lagoon Micronesia)
Ran annim
Chuvash (Russia)
Salam
Chuvash (Russia)
Avani
[Circassian, see Adyghe]

Coche (Brazil)
Nabasti
Cochimí (Baja California Norte Mexico)
Auka

يتبـــــــــــــــــــــع .................


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أحمد الكاظم
المدير العام
المدير العام


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تاريخ التسجيل : 25/10/2010
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كلمة مرحبا بـ 800 لغة   الخميس 22 سبتمبر 2011, 1:22 am

Cochimí (Baja California Norte Mexico)



Auka 1



Cocopa (Baja California Mexico, Arizona USA) Auka



Coeur d'Alene (Idaho USA)



Qhest



Comanche (Oklahoma USA)



Haa



Comanche (Oklahoma USA)



Maruawe



Comanche (Oklahoma USA)



Maruawe, haitsi



Comorian (Comoros)



Bariza djioni



Comorian (Comoros)



Habari



Comorian (Comoros)



Salama



[Congo, see Kikongo]



[Conibo, see Shipibo]



Coos (Oregon USA)



Ta'i



Cornish (Great Britain)



You



Cornish (Great Britain)



Dydh da



Cornish (Great Britain) [formal]



Durdathawhy



Corsican (France)



Bonghjornu



Cree (Canada)



Tánisi



Cree (Canada)



Tân'si



Cree (Canada)



Wâciye



Cree (Ouje-Bougoumou Quebec Canada)



Kwaay



[Creek, see Muskogee]



Creole (Dominican Republic) [morning]



Bon jou



Creole (St. Lucia)



Bonjou



[Creole (French Guyana), see Kréyòl]



[Creole (Haiti), see Kwéyòl]



[Creole (Seychelles), see Seselwa]



Crioulo (Guinea-Bissau)



Kuma



Crioulo (Guinea-Bissau)



Bom dia



Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia)



Zdravo



Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia)



Zhivio



Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia) [informal]



Bok



Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia) [informal]



Bog



[Crow, see Apsaaloke]



[Cymraeg, see Welsh]



Czech (Czech Republic)



Dobrý den



Czech (Czech Republic)



Nazdar



Czech (Czech Republic) [informal]



Ahoj




Dagaare (Ghana, Burkina Faso)



Fo be song



Dagbani (Ghana)



Naatuma



Dakelh (Canada)



Hadih



Dakota (USA, Canada) [by male]



Hau



Dakota (USA, Canada) [by female]



Han



Dakota (USA, Canada) [to a friend by male]



Hau koda



[Damara, see Nama]



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)[man to a man]



Nayak



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)[man to sev.men] Nayak lak



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)[by/to a woman]



La'uk



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)[by/to women]



La'uk nya



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)



Halao



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)



Halabok nak



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)



Halabasi nak



Dani (Indoensia, New Guinea)[man to man]



Hagul nak



Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)[woman to woman] Heget nak



Danish (Denmark, Greenland)



Goddag



Danish (Denmark, Greenland)



Hej



Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [informal]



Hejsa



Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [informal]



Hej



Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [informal]



Davs



Danish (South Jutland)



Mojn



Dari (Afghanistan)



Chotor asty



Dawan (Indonesia) [where are you going?]



Noe me?



Dawan (Indonesia) [ans: I'm going to...]



Au nao no...



Dayak [Land Dayak] (Indonesia)



Elsalam



Dayak [Iban] (Indonesia)



Elsalaam



[Delaware, see Lenape]



Deg Xinag (Alaska)



Ade'



[Deutsch, see German]



Dhivehi (Maldives)



Assalaam u alaykum



Dhivehi (Maldives)



Us-salaam alaikum



Dhivehi (Maldives)



Assalam aleikum



Dhivehi (Maldives) [answer]



Aleikum assalam



Dhivehi (Maldives) [informal]



Kihineh



[Didiu, see Cochimí]



[Diegueño, see Kumeyaay]



Dinka (Sudan)



Ci yi bak



Diola (Senegal)



Kasumai



Diola (Senegal)



Kasumaò



Diola (Senegal) [reply]



Kasumi kepp



Diola (Senegal)



Aa



[Dioula, see Dyula]



Djabugay (Queensland Australia)



Djirri-nyurra



Douala (Cameroon)



Obusi



Drehu (New Caledonia)



Bozo



Drehu (New Caledonia)



Bozu



Drehu (New Caledonia) - from St-Takla.org



Talofa



Dumna Yokuts (San Joaquin River Calif.USA)



Hawaan



Dusun (Sabah Malaysia)



Okuro-kuro noh?



Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium)



Hallo



Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium)



Hoi



Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium)



Dag



Dutch (Netherlands)



Morgen



Dutch (Netherlands)



Môge



Dutch (Netherlands)



Goedendag



Dutch (Netherlands) [in spoken language]



Goeiedag



Dutch (Netherlands) [rarely used]



Hai



Dutch (Belgium) [informal by youth]



Helaba



Dutch (Belgium) [informal by youth]



Yoe



Dutch (Belgium) [informal by youth]



Hiya



[Dyerma, see Zarma]



Dyirbal (NE Queensland Australia)



Nginda wunydjangum



Dyirbal (NE Queensland Australia)



Nginda bayi wunydjangum?



Dyribal (NE Queensland Australia)



Nginda



Dyula (Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali)



Dansi



Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [reply by men]



Nba



Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [reply by woman]



Ns´



Dyula (Burkina Faso)



I dansi



Dyula (Burkina Faso) [reply by men]



Am baa



Dyula (Burkina Faso) [reply by women]



Am séé



Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [entering house]



Koko



Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [to person working]



I ni baara



Dzongkha (Bhutan)



Kuzu zangpo



Dzongkha (Bhutan)



Kuzu zangpo la



Dzongkha (Bhutan)



Yala



[Dzhudezmo, see Ladino]





Edo (Nigeria)



Kóyo



Edo (Nigeria) [to a person at home]



Ób'ówa



Edo (Nigeria) [to a person at work]



Ób'ínwìnà



Efik (Africa)



Idem fo



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)



Iiti



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)



Iiti em hotep



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[lit. in peace]



Em hotep



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[in great peace]



Em hotep nefer



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[very great peace]



Em hotep nefer weret



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[plural]



Yii em hotep



Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[informal]



Yeh



Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a man]



Aw ibek



Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a woman]



Aw ibetj



Ejagham (Cameroon, Nigeria)



Nkuba



Ekegusii (Kenya) [to one person]



Imbuya ore?



Ekegusii (Kenya) [to several people]



Imbuya more?



Ekegusii (Kenya) [answer by one person]



Imbuya ande



Ekegusii (Kenya) [answer by several people]



Imbuya tore



Enga (Papua New Guinea)



Kotáka



English (America, Australia, UK)



Hello



English (America, UK) [formal]



Good day



English (America) [informal]



Hi



English (Australia)



G'day



English (Australia)



Hiya



English (New Zealand)



Gidday



English (Southern USA) [to more than one]



Hi y'all



English [Strine dialect] (Australia)



Hay gaan



English [Strine dialect] (Australia)



Hezza gaan



English [Texan dialect] (Texas USA)



Howdy



English [New Oreleans dialect](Lousiana USA) Where ya'at



English [Middle English] (old England)



Gode dai



English [Middle English] (old England)



Gode dei



English [Old English] (old Britain)



Ic grete þe



Eora (Australia)



Boodyeri kamuru



Erzya (Russia)



Shumbrat



[Eskimo, see Alutiiq, Inuktitut, Iñupiaq, Kalaallisut and Yup'ik]



Esperanto (international use)



Saluton



Esselen (Big Sur California USA)



Saleki asatsa



Estonian (Estonia)



Tervist



Estonian (Estonia)



Tere



Estonian (Estonia)



Tڑau



Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working]



Jõudu



Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working]



Tere jõudu



Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working]



Jõudu tööle



Estonian (Estonia) [reply when working]



Tarvis



Estonian [Old Estonian] (old Estonia)



Terveh



Eton (Cameroon)



Më të wa kon



Eton (Cameroon)



Më të wa kone



Eton (Cameroon) [to other side of street]



Më të wa kone wale



Eton (Cameroon) [reply]



Kiri mbang



[Euskara, see Basque]



Even (Russia)



Torova



Éwé (Ghana, Togo)



Nilyenia



Éwé (Ghana, Togo) [response]



Mile



Éwé (Ghana, Togo)



Wayzo



Éwé (Ghana, Togo)



Fien



Éwé (Ghana, Togo) [to a person working]



Ayekoo



Éwé (Ghana, Togo) [to a group working]



Aanyekoo



Ewondo (Cameroon)



Mbebekiri



Ewondo (Cameroon)



Mbembé kidi




Fang (Gabon, Equatorial Guinea)



Mbôlo



Fang (Gabon, Equatorial Guinea) [to one]



M'bole



Fang (Gabon, Equatorial Guinea) [to more]



M'bolani



Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso)



Daa daa oo



Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso)



Modofo



Faroese (Faroe Islands)



Hallo



Faroese (Faroe Islands) [informal]



Hey



Faroese (Faroe Islands) [when surprised]



Píka sjey



Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan)



Salaam



Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan)



Sa'lam



Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan)



Khush amadeed



Fijian (Fiji)



Bula



Fijian (Fiji)



Ni sa bula



Fijian (Fiji)



Bula vi naka



Fijian (Fiji)



Ni sa bula vi naka



Fijian (Fiji) [to two people]



Drau bula



Fijian (Fiji) [to a group]



Dou bula



Fijian (Fiij) [to group, stranger, superior] Ni bula



Fijian (Fiji) [reply]



Io



Fijian (Fiji) [reply - respectful]



Ia



[Filipino, see Tagalog]



Finnish (Finland)



Päivää



Finnish (Finland)



Terve



Finnish (Finland) [informal, common]



Moi



Finnish (Finland) [informal, common]



Hei



Finnish (Finland) [informal]



Moikka



Finnish (Finland) [formal]



Hyvää päivää



[Flemish, see Dutch (Belgium)]



Fon (Benin, Togo)



Kudeu



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Oku



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A fon a



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A do gangi a?



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Een, un do gangi



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A do yi yi we a?



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Een, un do gangi



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A do dagbe a?



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Een, un do dagbe



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A do fine a?



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Een, un do fi



Fon (Benin, Togo)



A de u wa?



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Een, un de u



Fon (Benin, Togo) [after long absense]



Azan yi aton



Fon (Benin, Togo) [reply]



Dokpo je ji



Fon (Benin, Togo) [to a person working]



Kudazo



Fon-Gbe (Benin)



Kuabo



Fore (Papua New Guinea)



Kagíé



Fore (Papua New Guinea)



Kwarìgíné



French (Europe, Africa, Canada)



Bonjour



French (Europe, Africa, Canada)



Salut



Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands)



Goeie



Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands)



Goedei



Frisian (Schleswig-Holstein Germany)



God dai



Friulian (northern Italy)



Bundì



[Fuchou, see Min Dong]



Fulani (West Africa) [to one person]



No ngoola daa



Fulani (West Africa) [to several people]



No ngoola dong



Fulani (West Africa)



No wayi



Fulani (West Africa)



A jaaraama



Fulani (West Africa)



Tanaala



Fulani (West Africa)



Sadu



Fulani (West Africa)



Ngnalène é diam



[Furlan, see Friulian]



Futuna (Wallis and Futuna)



Malo le kataki



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu)



Jinisa



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) [to two people]



Rinisa



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) [to three people]



Jikanisa



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) [to three people]



Jikanesa



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) [to three people]



Jikanesa kokautau



Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) [to more than three]



Niganisa



Fuuta Jalon (Guinea)



Toolii




Ga (Ghana)



Mingabu



Ga (Ghana)



Odze ku



[Gabrieleño, see Tongva]



[Gaelic, see Irish Gaeilge and Scottish Gaelic]



Gagauz (southern Moldova)



Gün aydin



Gagauz (southern Moldova) [informal]



Selam



Galician (Spain)



Hola



[Galla, see Oromo]



Gallo (France)



Comant q'c'est?



Ganai (Australia)



Wunman njinde



Gammon (Ireland)



Buri talosk



Ganu (Malaysia)



Guana mu lenin sihak dok



Garífuna (Guatemala)



Buíti bináfi



Garo (India, Bangladesh)



Sa lam



Gascon (France)



Salut



Gbhanda (Liberia)



Yanela



Gbhanda (Liberia)



Okonia



Ge'ez (Ethiopia)



Sälam läki



Georgian (Georgia)



Gamardjobat



Georgian (Georgia)



Gamardjobah



Georgian (Georgia) [informal reply]



Gagimarjos



German (Central Europe)



Guten Tag



German (Central Europe)



Hallo



German (Central Europe) [informal]



Grüß dich



German (Central Europe) [informal]



Tag



German (Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein) Hoi



German (Austria, Bavaria, Wurttemburg)



Grüß Gott



German (Vienna Austria) [in spoken language] Griass God



German (Vienna Austria) [in spoken language] Seavas



German (Bavarian Alps) [in spoken language]



Griass di



German (Bavarian Alps) [in spoken language]



Griass enk



German (Bavarian Alps)



Hallo



German (Southern Bavaria)



Servus



German (Bairische)



Hä



German (Bairische)



Hää



German (Bairische)



Griàßdigood



German (Bairische)



Griàßdi nachà



German (Northern Germany)



Moin



German (Northern Germany)



Moin moin



German (Basel Switzerland) [polite]



Griezi



German (Bern Switzerland) [spoken]



Grü-essech



German (Bern Switzerland) [spoken]



Grü-esdi



German (Chur Switzerland) [polite form]



Grazi



German (Chur Switzerland) [polite form]



Gruiazi



German (Chur Switzerland) [familiar form]



Ciao



German (Schaffhausen Switzerland) [spoken]



Grüazi



German [Süd-Tirol/South Tyrol] (Italy)



Ers Gott



German [Hessisch] (Germany)



Guude



German [Südhessisch] (Germany)



Ei guude wie



German [Südhessisch] (Germany)



Moin



German (Zurich Switzerland) [polite]



Grüezi



German (Zurich Switzerland) [polite]



Grueziwohl



German (Zurich Switzerland)



Salutti



German (Zurich Switzerland) [familiar]



Hoi



German (Zurich Switzerland) [familiar]



Salü



German (Zurich Switzerland) [familiar]



Tschau



German (Zurich Switzerland) [spoken]



Gu-ëte Tag



German (Zurich Switzerland) [spoken]



Gu-etä Tag



German (Zurich Switzerland) [by school kids] Hoa



German (Zurich Swizterland) [by school kids] Ha



German (Zurich Switzerland) [old fashioned]



Tag wohl



German (Saarland) [in spoken language]



Un



[Gikuyu, see Kikuyu]



Giryama (Africa)



Zhoyo



Giryama (Kenya)



Dzasindadze



Gitonga (Mozambique)



Wa bonwa



Gong (Thailand)



Nàwng a náwng kàwwê?



Gong (Thailand)



A náwng kàwwê?



Gong (Thailand) [answer by a visitor]



Ngá kawíng di-o



Gong (Thailand) [answer by a visitor]



Kawíng di-o



Greek (Greece, Cyprus)



Geia sou



Greek (Greece, Cyprus)



Geia sas



Greek (Greece, Cyprus)



Geia



Guaja (Brazil)



Zeng



[Guajajára, see Tembé Tenetéhar]



Guajibo (Colombia, Venezuela)



Icá



Guanche (Canary Islands)



Tamaragua



Guarani (Paraguay)



Maitei



Guarani (Paraguay)



Maiteípa



Guarani (Paraguay)



Mba'éichapa



Gujarati (India)



Kem cho



Gulmancema (Burkina Faso)



Din tè



Gulmancema (Burkina Faso) [answer]



Lafia



Gulmancema (Burkina Faso) [answer]



Lafia dè



Gumatj (Australia) [to one person]



Nhamirri nhe?



Gumatj (Australia) [to two people]



Nhamirri manda?



Gumatj (Australia) [to several people]



Nhamirri walala?



Gumatj (Australia) [answer]



Manymak



Gumatj (Australia) [answer]



Manymak bay'



Gumatj (Australia) [answer]



Latju



Gunggari (Australia)



Gnunha yinda murdi



Gurenne (Northern Ghana) [by working]



Tumatuma



Gurung (Nepal)



Namaste



Gurung (Nepal)



Bindi mu



Guugu Yimithirr (Australia)



Ngauthaan-thirr, gadiiwawu-wi



Gwich'in (Alaska, Canada)



Nenànkäk nätäydëk häjit shò trì'nlay



Gwich'in (Alaska)



Neenjit dôonch'yáa



[Gypsy, see Romani]





Haida (Queen Elizabeth Island Canada)



Kii-te-daas a



Haisla (Canada)



Yowtz



Hakka (China, Malaysia)



Zao sin 2



[Hal-Pulaar, see Fulani]



Hän (Alaska)



Nahhwanànkak nahokhwadál geenjit shòn tr'iinlii



Harari (Ethiopia)



Aman



Hassaniya (Mauritania)



Aw'walikum



Hassaniya (Mauritania) [evening]



Masa elher



Hassaniya (Mauritania)



Ehlen



Hausa (West Africa)



Sànnu



Hausa (West Africa) [plural]



Sànnunku



Hausa (West Africa) [response]



Yâuwa sànnu



Hausa (West Africa) [response]



Yâuwa



Hausa (West Africa) [response]



Sànnu kàadai



Hausa (West Africa) [to superior; man]



Rânkà yà dade



Hausa (West Africa) [to superior; woman]



Rânkì yà dade



Hausa (West Africa) [by Muslims]



Sàlamù àlaikùn



Hawaiian (Hawaii)



Aloha



Hawaiian (Hawaii)



Aloha mai



Hawaiian (Hawaii)



Welina



Hawaiian (Hawaii)



Welina mai



[Haya, see Kihaya]



Hebrew (Israel) [formal]



Shalom



Hebrew (Israel) [informal]



Ma nishma



Hebrew (Israel) [informal]



Hi



Hebrew (Israel) [to male]



Ma shlomcha



Hebrew (Israel) [to female]



Ma shlomech



Hebrew (Israel) [slang by young people]



Alan



[Hehe, see Kihehe]



Heiltsuk (Canada)



Yowtz



[Hellenic, see Greek]



Herero (Namibia)



Koree



Herero (Namibia) [informal]



Mosha vi yong, peli



Hidatsa (United States)



Dosha



Hindi (India, East Asia)



Namasté



Hindi (India, East Asia)



Namaskaar



Hindi (India, East Asia)



Namashkar



Hindi (India, East Asia)



Kaise hain



Hindustani (Surinam)



Raz ba-aish



Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) [morning]



Dada namona



Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) [afternoon]



Handorai namona



Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) [afternoon]



Andorai namona



Hittite (Anatolia, Syria)



Ashshuli



Hmong Daw (China, Laos, Thailand)



Nyob zoo



Hmong Daw (China, Laos, Thai.) [to arriving] Tuaj los



Hmong Daw (China, Laos, Thai.) [to arriving] Koj tuaj los



Hmong Dian (China)



Niob raot



Hmong Du (Vietnam)



Ti nâu



Hmong Du (Vietnam)



Caó cu



Hmong, Eastern (China)



Mongx rut



Hmong Njua (China, Laos, Thailand)



Nyob zoo



Hmong Njua (China, Laos, Thailand)



Nyob zoo tsis zoo



Hmong Njua (China, Laos, Thailand)



Zoo hwv lauv



Hmong Njua (Northern Thailand) [at a house]



Nyob tsev tsis nyob ua?



Hmong Njua (Northern Thailand) [answer]



Nyob ua



Hmong Njua (China)



Nyaob rongt



Hmong Njua (Vietnam)



Nhaoz jông



Hmong Qiandong (China)



Mongx vut



Hmong Qiandong (China)



Mongx niangb vut ///



يتبــــــــــــــــــع....................


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