HELLO IN MANY LANGUAGES


Abaza (Russia)                                 Mysh bzi
Abaza (Russia)                          ...
Albanian Albania                            Tungjatjeta
Albanian Albania                             Allo
Alekano (Papua N...
Aragonese (Aragon Spain)                      Ola
Aragonese (Aragon Spain)                      Salú
[Aramaic, see Assyria...
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile)                  Kamisaki?
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) [answer]         Waliki
Aymará (Bol...
Batak Toba (Indonesia, Sumatra)                Horas
[Bavarian, see German (Bavaria)]
Bella Coola (United States)         ...
Boloki (Congo-Kinshasa)                        Losako
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)               Zdravo
Bosnian (Bosni...
Canela (Brazil)                                Hââ-pô
Cantonese (China)                              Néih hóu
Cantonese (C...
Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA)    LhaXayEm
Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA)    Klahowya
Chinyanja ...
[Conibo, see Shipibo]
Coos (Oregon USA)                              Ta'i
Cornish (Great Britain)                        Y...
[Deutsch, see German]
Dhivehi (Maldives)                           Assalaam u alaykum
Dhivehi (Maldives)                  ...
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[very great peace]   Em hotep nefer weret
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[plural]             Yii em hote...
Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso)                    Modofo
Faroese (Faroe Islands)                        Hallo
Faroese (Faroe ...
[Furlan, see Friulian]
Futuna (Wallis and Futuna)                      Malo le kataki
Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu)              ...
German [Hessisch] (Germany)                    Guude
German [Südhessisch] (Germany)                 Ei guude wie
German [S...
[Hal-Pulaar, see Fulani]
Hän (Alaska)                                   Nahhwanànkak nahokhwadál
geenjit shòn tr'iinlii
Ha...
[Hmoob Dawb (White Hmong), see Hmong Daw]
[Hmoob Dub (Black Hmong), see Hmong Du]
[Hmoob Ntsuab (Green Hmong), see Hmong N...
Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, formal]         Naimbag ñga aldawyo
Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, informal]       Naimbag ñga ...
Ixcateco (Mexico)                            Tami
Ixil (Quiché Department Guatemala) [to man] Cha'lax pap
Ixil (Quiché Dep...
Kamviri (South Asia) [to a woman]             L'e
Kamviri (South Asia) [response]               V'ou
Kamviri (South Asia) ...
Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China)        Salamatsyz ba
Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China)        Khayrly kün
Ka...
Kikuyu (Kenya)                                 Natya
Kikuyu (Kenya)                                 Ni kwega
Kikuyu (Kenya...
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to woman]        Hujambo, bibi
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder man]    Hujambo, mzee
...
Koyukon (Alaska)                               Dzaanh nezoonh
Kpelle (Liberia)                               Ba ngung
Kpel...
Lakhota (USA) [by female]                      Han, mish'ke
Lakhota (USA) [good day]                       Anpetu waste
[L...
Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland)                  Goden Dag
Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany)                 Goden Dag
Low Saxo...
Lyela (Burkina Faso) [answer]                  On hon

[Maa, see Maasai]
Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania)             Su...
Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer]             Ta
Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer]             Kalombo
Mambwe (Tanzania,...
Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia)                  Poro kéch'e
Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) [morning]        Poro er
Mari [Meadow...
Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy)             Saludi
Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy)             Reverissi
Min Dong [Fucho...
Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [answer]                    Laafibala
Mopán Maya (Guatemala)                         Dioos
Mordvin (R...
Navajo (SW United States) [to older woman]     Yá'át'ééh   shimá
Navajo (SW United States) [to older woman]     Yá'át'ééh ...
Norwegian [Nynorsk] (Norway)                   Goddag
Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway)                   Hei
Norwegian [Bokmaa...
Ovambo (Namibia)
Oyampi (Brazil) morning]                       Oateponeko'e
                            Nawa
Pa'ikwene (A...
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  • Dear Aryan,
    I must admit that I didn't do this work. I found it on the net. Check this site.
    http:/users.elite.net/runner/jennifer
    At this site you can learn how to say several words and phrases in hundreds of different languages.

    Best regards
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  • Dear Marinela,
    You have done a wonderful job by collecting such a huge collection of 'HELLO'
    Although I have seen it a bit late but it is really worth admiring document. Regards
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  1. 1. HELLO IN MANY LANGUAGES 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
  2. 2. Albanian Albania Tungjatjeta Albanian Albania 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, Israel, Egypt) Teanastëllën Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) [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
  3. 3. 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] 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?
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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]
  8. 8. 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 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]
  9. 9. [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'
  10. 10. [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) 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
  11. 11. 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) Tšau 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
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. [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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. [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
  16. 16. [Hmoob Dawb (White Hmong), see Hmong Daw] [Hmoob Dub (Black Hmong), see Hmong Du] [Hmoob Ntsuab (Green Hmong), see Hmong Njua] Hñähñu (Mexico) Haxajua Hñähñu (Mexico) Tehats'i Hñähñu (Mexico) Hats'i Hocak Wazijaci (Wisconsin & Nebraska USA) Haho [Hokkien, see Min Nam] Hopi (Southwestern USA) Um waynuma? Hopi (Southwestern USA) [answer] Owí, nu' waynuma Hopi (Southwestern USA) Um pitu? Hopi (Southwestern USA) [answer] Owí Hopi (Southwestern USA) [entering a kiva] Ha'u Hopi (Southwestern USA) [to call attention] Hai Huaorani (Ecuador) I ay Huaorani (Ecuador) Waponi Huasteco (San Luis Potosí Mexico) [morning] Tahk'ane:nek Huasteco (Mexico) [afternoon] Waklane:nek Huasteco (Mexico) [night] Thamk'une:nek Huichol (Nayarit and Jalisco Mexico) Ke áku Hungarian (Hungary) Jó napot Hungarian (Hungary) Jó napot kívánok Hungarian (Hungary) [informal, to one] Szervusz Hungarian (Hungary) [informal, to several] Szervusztok Hungarian (Hungary) [informal, to one] Szia Hungarian (Hungary) [informal, to several] Sziasztok Hungarian (Hungary) [informal] Üdv Hupa (North America) He:yung Huron (Quebec Canada, Oklahoma USA) Tu ough qua no u [Ibo, see Igbo] Icelandic (Iceland) Góðan daginn Icelandic (Iceland) Halló Icelandic (Iceland) [to a man] Komdu sæll Icelandic (Iceland) [to a woman] Komdu sæl Icelandic (Iceland) [to many people] Komið þið sæl Icelandic (Iceland) [to a man] Sæll Icelandic (Iceland) [to a woman] Sæl Icelandic (Iceland) [to a man] Blessaður Icelandic (Iceland) [to a woman] Blessuð Icetot (Uganda) [to one person] Iyida Icetot (Uganda) [to several people] Iyita Ido (international use) Bona jorno Ido (international use) [afternoon] Bona posdimezo Igbo (Nigeria) Ibaulachi Igbo (Nigeria) Ezigbo ubosi Igbo (Nigeria) Ubosi oma Igbo (Nigeria) Ndeèwo Igbo (Nigeria) Kedu Igbo (Nigeria) Kelou Ijo (Africa) To baroa [Ik, see Icetot] [Ikiribati, see Kiribati] Ilokano (Philippines) [morning] Naimbag nga bigat Ilokano (Philippines) [morning, formal] Naimbag a bigatyo Ilokano (Philippines) [morning, informal] Naimbag a bigatmo Ilokano (Philippines) [at noon] Naimbag nga aldaw
  17. 17. Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, formal] Naimbag ñga aldawyo Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, informal] Naimbag ñga aldawmo Ilokano (Philippines) [afternoon] Naimbag nga malem Ilokano (Philippines) [afternoon, formal] Naimbag a malemyo Ilokano (Philippines) [afternoon informal] Naimbag a malemmo Ilokano (Philippines) [evening] Naimbag nga rabii Ilonggo (Philippines) Maayo Ilonggo (Philippines) Maayo nga adlaw Ilonggo (Philippines) Halo Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Selamat Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Selamat siang Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Salam Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Apa kabar Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Menyapa Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Hai [Ingalik, see Deg Xinag] Ingush (Russia) Salam Ingush (Russia) Da dika xalda hwa Ingush (Russia) [answer to above] Hwa 'a xalda da dika Ingush (Russia) [to two or more people] Da dika xalda shyn Ingush (Russia) [by man to another man] Wassalaam walejkum Ingush (Russia) [answer to above] Hwa 'a xajla sejra dika Innu (Canada) Kwe kwe Innu (Canada) Waachiyaa Interlingua (constructed) Salute Interlingua (constructed) Bon die Interlingua (constructed) Bon jorno [Inuit, see Inuktitut, Iñupiaq and Kalaallisut] [Inuktitut (Alaska), see Iñupiaq] Inuktitut (Canada) Asujutidli Inuktitut (Canada) Asujutilli Inuktitut (Nunavik South Baffin Canada) Ainngai Inuktitut (Nunavik South Baffin Canada) Ai Inuktitut (Arctic) [to one person] Aksunai Inuktitut (Arctic) [to two people] Aksutik Inuktitut (Canada) Ûmâ Iñupiaq (Alaska) Kiana [Inuttut, see Inuktitut and Kalaallisut] Ioway (North America) [by a man] Aho Ioway (North America) [by a woman] Aha Ipili (Papua New Guinea) Ani pele amene Irish Gaeilge (Ireland) [common] Haileo Irish Gaeilge (Ireland) [God be with you] Dia dhuit Irish Gaeilge (Ireland)[reply to Dia dhuit] Dia is Muire dhuit Ishkashmi (Tajikistan) As-salam alaíkum Ishkashmi (Tajikistan) [reply] Alaíkum as-salam [IsiXhosa, see Xhosa] Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa) Buon giorno Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa)[familiar] Salve Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa)[familiar] Ciao Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Kapian ka pa nu Dios aschapanderak Itzá (Guatemala) Te'yoos [Iu Mien, see Mien] Ivasayen (Batanes Philippines) Capian ka pa nu Dios si chamavucjas [Ivrit, see Hebrew]
  18. 18. Ixcateco (Mexico) Tami Ixil (Quiché Department Guatemala) [to man] Cha'lax pap Ixil (Quiché Department Guatemala)[to woman] Cha'lax nan Jacalteco (Guatemala, Mexico) [to man] C'ul mama' Jacalteco (Guatemala, Mexico) [to woman] C'ul miay Japanese (Japan) Konnichi wa Japanese [Kansai Ben] (Osaka Japan) Maido Japanese [Kansai Ben] (Osaka Japan) Maido ookini Japanese [Kansai Ben] (Osaka Japan) Mokarimakka Japanese [Kansai Ben] (Osaka Japan) [answer] Bochi bochi denna Japanese [Tohoku Ben] (Northeast Japan) Ohayo-sama Japanese [Tohoku Ben] (Northeast Japan) Konnyeje wa [Jatvingian, see Sûdovian] Javanese (Indonesia) Selamat Javanese (Indonesia) Halo Jelai (Malaysia) Tabek Jèrriais (Jersey) Bouonjour [Jirrbal, see Dyirbal] Jiwarli (Australia) [to a friend] Ya jalikurtijuyi Jiwarli (Australia) [lit. 'come here'] Yanamarni nhurra Jiwarli (Australia) [to call attention] Ya [Juaneño, see Acjachemem] [Judeo-Espanyol, see Ladino] [Jula, see Dyula] Jutlandish (Denmark) Daw-daw Kabardian (Russia) ['let your day be good'] Fi maho fuwa Kabyle (Algeria) Azul Kabyle (Algeria) Salam alik Kabuverdianu (Cape Verde) Bon dia Kabuverdianu (Cape Verde) Ola Kachchi (Uganda) Keayom Kadazan (Sabah Malaysia) Ingkuo koh? Kalaallisut (Greenland) Aluu Kalaallisut (Greenland) Haluu Kalaallisut (Greenland) Kutaa Kalaallisut (Greenland) Unuugujoq Kalaallisut (Greenland) Aluukkut Kalaallisut (Greenland) Haluukkut Kala Kawaw Ya (Queensland Australia)[to 1] Ngi midh? Kala Kawaw Ya (Queensland Australia)[to 2] Ngipel midh? Kala Kawaw Ya (Queensland Australia)[to 3+] Ngitha midh? Kala Kawaw Ya (Queensland Australia)[answer] Balabayginga Kala Lagaw Ya (Australia) Sew ngapa Kalanga (Botswana, Zimbabwe) Dhùmílánì Kalasha (India) Ishpada Kalenjin (Kenya) Subaa Kalenjin (Kenya) Chamge Kalenjin (Kenya) Chamuge Kalenjin (Kenya) [to a close friend] Chamge mising Kalmyk (Russia) Mendvt Kalmyk (Russia) [informal] Mend Kalmyk (Russia) Halun mend Kamchadal (Kamchatka Russia) Torova [Kammu, see Khmu] Kamviri (South Asia) [to a man] Li'o
  19. 19. Kamviri (South Asia) [to a woman] L'e Kamviri (South Asia) [response] V'ou Kamviri (South Asia) [response] Kâ'i Kangbe (West Africa) [morning] E nee somah Kangbe (West Africa) [noon] E nee teleh Kangbe (West Africa) [afternoon] E nea woorah Kangbe (West Africa) [evening] E nea sooh Kanienkehaka (Ont. & Quebec Canada, NY USA) Kwe Kanienkehaka (Ont. & Quebec Canada, NY USA) Kwe kwe Kanienkehaka (Ont. & Quebec Canada, NY USA) She:kon Kanienkehaka (Ont. & Quebec Canada, NY USA) Se:koh Kanienkehaka (Ont. & Quebec Canada, NY USA) Wa'tkwanowera:ton Kanjobal (San Pedro Soloma Guatemala) Janik' Kankanaey (Philip.) [to p.entering village] Nagapuam Kankanaey (Philip.) [to p. leaving village] Umayam Kannada (India) Namaskaara Kannada (India) Hege iddi ra Kannada (India) [informal] Hege iddi ya Kanuri (Nigeria, Niger) Ushé-ushé Kapampangan (Philippines) [morning] Mayap ayabak Kapingamarangi (Pacific Islands) Malia goe Karachay (Turkey) Selam Karachay (Turkey) Selamlar Karachay (Turkey) Isenlikler Karachay (Turkey) Salamun aleykum Karachay (Turkey) Esselamun aleykum Karaim (Lithuania, Ukraine) Kiun jachšy Karakalpak (Central Asia) Assalomu alaikum Karakalpak (Central Asia) [answer] Valaikum assalom Karelian (Finland, Russia) Terveh Karelian (Finland, Russia) Terveh teile Karelian (Finland, Russia) Hüvä päivä Karen (Myanmar) Mu eri Karen [Pa'o] (Myanmar) Na aw hsaw ha? Karen [Pho] (Myanmar) Ná à hsà hà? Karen [Pho] (Myanmar) Mwéh Karen [Sgaw] (Myanmar) Ná ô hsû há? Karen [Sgaw] (Myanmar) [answer] Mè Karen [Sgaw] (Myanmar) Madee leh? Karitiana (Brazil) [morning] Goy'hap Karitiana (Brazil) [afternoon] Goy'mõyn [Kartuli, see Georgian] Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) [morning] De N zezenga Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) [morning] De N de zezenga Kashmiri (India, Pakistan) Salam Kasigau (Kenya) [have you woken up well?] Wawuka? Kasigau (Kenya) [I have woken up well] Nawuka [Katchi, see Kachchi] Kâte (Papua New Guinea) Mu zheri dâng Kaurareg (Australia) [to one person] Ni midhikidh Kaurareg (Australia) [to two people] Nipel midhikidh? Kaurareg (Australia) [to three or more] Nitha midhikidh? Kaurna (Southern Australia) Na marni Kaurna (Soutnern Australia) Marni Kavango (Namibia) Osinima osiri ngeipi Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China) Salam Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China) Asalamu alaykim
  20. 20. Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China) Salamatsyz ba Kazakh (Kazakstan, Central Asia, China) Khayrly kün Kazakh (Kazakstan, C. Asia, China)[informal] Selem Kebu (Congo, Uganda) Ngoni Kekchí (Guatemala) [to elder man] Ch'owa' Kekchí (Guatemala) [to elder woman] Ch'ona' Kekchí (Guatemala) Wan b'i Kekchí (Guatemala) [answer] Us, b'i Keres (Southwestern United States) Guwaadzi sai hauba Keres (Cochiti New Mexico USA) Kuweasti hopa [Kernewek, see Cornish] Khakas (Russia) Izen Khakas (Russia) Izenner Khakas (Russia) Mangat qun Khanty (Russia) Wus'a Khanty (Russia) Uusia Khmer (Cambodia) Sok sabai jie te Khmer (Cambodia) Suor sdei Khmer (Cambodia) Choum reap suor Khmer (Cambodia) [to man] Choum reap suor look Khmer (Cambodia) [to woman] Choum reap suor look srey Khmu (Laos) Sabailuh =Khomani (South Africa) !hoi ca Kibudu (Congo-Kinshasha) Salamu Kichagga (Tanzania) Kufyenda Kichagga [Kibosho] (Tanzania) Shimboni Kichagga [Kimashami] (Tanzania) Nesindisa Kichori (Africa) Kopang'o Kickapoo (United States, Mexico) Ho Kiga (Africa) [morning] Oraire gye Kiga (Africa) [afternoon and evening] Osiibire gye Kiga (Africa) [night] Oraare gye Kiga (Africa) [by children] Mbahe Kiga (Africa) [by children] Mbahi Kiganda (Uganda) [peace] Mirembe Kiganda (Uganda) [what's the news] Mawulire ki? Kiganda (Uganda) [answer: none] Tetugalaba Kigogo (central Tanzania) Mbukwenyi Kigogo (central Tanzania) [reply] Mbukwa Kihaya (Africa) Wasbotaige Kihehe (Africa) Kamwene Kihema (Congo-Kinshasha) Mirembe Kikamba (Tanzania) [to one person] Uvoo waku Kikamba (Tanzania) [to a group] Uvoo wenyu Kikongo (Congo, Angola) Mbote Kikongo (Congo, Angola) Kiambote Kikongo (Congo, Angola) [to man] Kiambote tata Kikongo (Congo, Angola) [to woman] Kiambote mama Kikongo (Congo, Angola) [to one person] Kiambote kiaku Kikongo (Congo, Angola) [to several people] Kiambote kieno Kikongo (Cuba) Malembe mpolo Kikongo (Cuba) Malembe yayé Kikongo (Cuba) Malombo Kikongo (Cuba) Mambote Kikongo (Cuba) Matoko lukaya Kikongo (Cuba) Tukaise nguei [Kikongo Ya Leta, see Kituba]
  21. 21. Kikuyu (Kenya) Natya Kikuyu (Kenya) Ni kwega Kikuyu (Kenya) [to one person] Wemwega Kikuyu (Kenya) [to more than one person] Muriega Kiluba (Congo) Ke mwinya Kimakonde (Tanzania) Uchidachi Kimakonde (Tanzania) Habari na yelo Kimanda (Tanzania) Monili Kimbolo (Africa) Saita Kimbundu (Africa) Kiambote Kimbundu (Africa) Twatondela Kimeru (Kenya) Uri umwiiga Kinuguja (Africa) Che che Kinyakyusa (Tanzania) Ogonile Kinyamwezi (Tanzania) Mwaadela Kinyamwezi (Tanzania) Haa Kinyaramba (Tanzania) Wiliani Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) [not seen in sev. days] Muraho Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) [morning,seen recently] Mwaramutse Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) [afternoon, seen rec.] Mwiriwe Kinyaturu (Tanzania) Amocha Kiowa (USA) Kui-gwu Kiowa (USA) Day-own-day aim been Kipchak (Russia) Nä tabish bar? Kipchak (Russia) [answer] Tabish yok Kipchak (Russia) [answer] Tabish yoghila Kipemba (Africa) Kibesa Kipsigis (Kenya) Chamegei Kipsigis (Uganda) Chamage Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) Salamat sizbe Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) [formal] Kandisiz Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) [informal] Kandaisen Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) [casual, by youth] Kandai Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) Salam aleykum Kirghiz (Kyrgyzstan) Salam Kiribati (Kiribati Pacific Islands) Mauri Kiribati (Kiribati Pacific Islands)[singul.] Kona mauri Kiribati (Kiribati Pacific Islands)[plural] Kam na mauri Kirundi (Burundi) Bwakeye Kirundi (Burundi) Bwa Kirundi (Burundi) N'amahoro Kirundi (Burundi) [morning, seen recently] Mwaramutse Kirundi (Burundi) [afternoon, seen recently] Miriwe Kirundi (Burundi) [informal] Jakeye Kirundi (Burundi) [lit. may you have herds] Amashyo Kirundi (Burundi) [answer] Amashongore Kisanga (South Congo-Kinshasa) [morning] Mwalangikai Kisanga (South Congo-Kinshasa) [afternoon] Twaimunai Kisanga (South Congo-Kinshasa) [evening] Kyunguloi Kisanga (South Congo-Kinshasa) [answer] Eyo mwane Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to man] Habari, bwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to woman] Habari, bibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder man] Habari, mzee Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder wom.] Habari, mama Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [answer] Nzuri Kiswahili (Kenya) [answer] Mzuri Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to man] Hujambo, bwana
  22. 22. Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to woman] Hujambo, bibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder man] Hujambo, mzee Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder wom.] Hujambo, mama Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans. to 1 man] Sijambo, bwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [answer to men] Sijambo, mabwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans. to woman] Sijambo, bibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans. to women] Sijambo, mabibi Kiswahili (SE Africa) [answer to elder man] Sijambo, mzee Kiswahili (SE Africa) [ans. to elder woman] Sijambo, mama Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to men-plural] Hamjambo, mabwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to women-pl.] Hamjambo, mabibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans to 1 man] Hatujambo, bwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans to men-pl] Hatujambo, mabwana Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans to woman] Hatujambo, bibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [ans to wom-pl] Hatujambo, mabibi Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [in passing] Salama Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder] Shikamoo Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder man] Shikamoo mzee Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder man] Shikamoo baba Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to elder wom.] Shikamoo mama Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [by elders] Marahaba Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [by Muslims] Asalaamu alekum Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [answer] Wa alekum salaam Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [to tourists] Jambo Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [formal] Jambo sana Kituba (Congo) Mbote Kituba (Congo) [to one person] Mbote na beno Kituba (Congo) [to several people] Mbote na nge Kiwapogoro (Africa) Kiamoka Kizaramo (Tanzania) Kugonaze Klallam (Washington USA) [to p. arriving] Sha shel ?a? chin stáchi Klallam (Washington USA) [it is a good day] ?Éy' skwáchi Klallam (Washington USA) [it is a good day] ?Éy' skwáchi ?áynekw Koasati (Louisiana & Texas USA) Bosó Koasati (Louisiana & Texas USA) [to group] Haciká'nó Koasati (Louisiana & Texas USA) [to one] Ciká'nó Kohistani (Central Asia) Asalaam aleikum Komi-Permyak (Russia) Olat-vöat Komi-Permyak (Russia) [informal] Privyet Komi-Zyrian (Russia) Bidza olannyd Komi-Zyrian (Russia) [informal] Cholöm [Kongo, see Kikongo] Konkani (India) Namaskaaru Konkani (India) Paypadta Korean (Korea) Annyong hashimnikka Korean (Korea) [informal] Annyong haseyo Korean (Korea) [informal] Annyong Koromfe (Burkina Faso) A jebka kibaru Koromfe (Burkina Faso) Ng jebe a baani Koromfe (Burkina Faso) Ng jebe baani Koromfe (Burkian Faso) [answer] A baane jebe Koryak [Maritime Koryak] (Russia) Mej Koryak [Reindeer Koryak] (Russia) Amto Kosraean (Micronesia) Lwen wo Kosraean (Micronesia) Kulo malulo Koyo (Africa) Osegu Koyo (Africa) Ol'
  23. 23. Koyukon (Alaska) Dzaanh nezoonh Kpelle (Liberia) Ba ngung Kpelle (Liberia) Ya ngung Kréyòl (French Guyana) A kouman Krio (Sierra Leone) Kushe Kriol (N. Australia)[w. are you coming from] Wijei yu bin kaman? Kriol (N. Australia)[quot; to more than one] Wijei yumob bin kaman? Kriol (N. Australia)[we've come from...] Mela bin kaman brom... Kukatja (Australia) Nyuntun palya Kumeyaay (Southern California USA, Mexico) Auka Kumeyaay (Southern California USA, Mexico) Howka Kumeyaay (Southern California USA, Mexico) Haawka [Kumiái, see Kumeyaay] Kuna (Panama) Na Kuna (Panama) Nuedí Kuna (Panama) Degitte Kuna (Colombian-Panamanian border region) Na' [Kunggari, see Gunggari] [Kuo Yu, see Mandarin] Kupsapiny (Uganda) [to a man] Supai Kupsapiny (Uganda) [to a woman] Takwenya [Kurdish, see Kurdi] Kurdi (Iraq, Iran) Rozhbash Kurdi (Iraq, Iran) [answer] Bashem Kurukh (India) Gor-lagi [Kutchin, see Gwich'in] Kutthung (Australia) Goojee ik koo Kwakiutl (British Columbia Canada) Gila kasla Kwakiutl (British Columbia Canada) Gilakas'la Kwakiutl (British Columbia Canada) Yoyo [Kwakwaka'wakw, see Kwakiutl] [Kwakwala, see Kwakiutl] Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) Wa aluka Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) Mwa aluka Kwaya (Tanzania) Murembe [Kweneecheeaht, see Makah] Kwere (Tanzania) Walama Kwéyòl (Haiti) Bonjou Kwéyòl (Haiti) [respectful to man] Bonjou msieu Kwéyòl (Haiti) [to a friend] Bonjou konpè-m Kwéyòl (Haiti) Alò Kyangonde (Malawi) Ndaga tiyo Laadi (Congo) Kuambilu Lacandón (Chiapas Mexico) [to enter a house] Taringrech Lacandón (Chiapas Mexico) [answer= come in] Or ken Ladakhi (Pakistan) Djuley Ladin (Trentino-Alto Adige Italy) Bon di Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Shalom Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Shalom alehem Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Buenos dias Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Ke habar Lahu (China, Burma, Thailand) Cheh sha la Lahu (China, Burma, Thailand) Cheh sha-ah la Lakhota (Nebraska Dakota & Montana USA) Hau Lakhota (Nebraska Dakota & Montana USA) Onkwáho Lakhota (USA) [by male] Hau, ko'la
  24. 24. Lakhota (USA) [by female] Han, mish'ke Lakhota (USA) [good day] Anpetu waste [Laimon, see Cochimí] Lamaholot (Indonesia) Moe genai? Lamaholot (Indonesia) [where are you going?] Moe malaga? Lampung (Indonesia) Api kaba Lango (Uganda, Sudan) Miremba Lani (Irian Jaya Indonesia) Wa Lani (Irian Jaya Indonesia) Nore wa Lao (Laos) Sabaai-dii Lao (Laos) [used if meeting on the street] Pai sai Lao (Laos) [answer] Pai nyaang lmn Lao (Laos) [have you eaten?] Kin khàp lbew baw? Lao (Laos) [accept invitation] Nyang [Lappish, see Saami] Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) [most proper] Ave Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Salve Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) [to plural] Salvete Latvian (Latvia) Sveiki Latvian (Latvia) [to a man] Sveiks Latvian (Latvia) [to a woman] Sveika Latvian (Latvia) Sveicinats Latvian (Latvia) Labas Lega (Congo-Kinshasa) Samba Lelemi (Ghana) Abo Lenape [Delaware] (Delaware United States) Hè [Leonese, see Lleonese] Lepcha (India, Nepal, Bhutan) Khámrí [Lholankok, see Sinkyone] [Lifou, see Drehu] Limbe (Sierra Leone) Wali-wali Lindrou (Papua New Guinea) Ndraben tam, komo asen Lingala (Congo) Mbóte Lingala (Congo) Mbóte na yó Lingala (Lomongo Congo) Losáko Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) Salute Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) Bon dgiorno Lisu (Thailand) Ali nga? Lisu (Thailand) [answer-if you aren't busy] Atdor nat niaq nga Lisu (Thailand) [answer-if you aren't busy] Alshit lil mat yi niaq Lisu (Thailand) [answer-if you are busy] Tei zil mit atkel cat niaq nga Lithuanian (Lithuania) (said to male) Sveikas Lithuanian (Lithuania) (said to female) Sveika Lithuanian (Lithuania) (several people) Sveiki Lithuanian (Lithuania) Labas Lithuanian (Lithuania) [to a man, formal] Sveikas gyvas Lithuanian (Lithuania) [to a woman, formal] Sveika gyva Lithuanian (Lithuania) [to several people] Sveiki gyvi Livonian (Latvia) Terinch Lleonese (Leon Spain) Salú Logang (Uganda) Morembe Loglan (international) Loi Lojban (international) Coi Lokpa (Benin, Togo) Alafiawe [Low German, see Plattdeutsch] Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland) Gode Dag
  25. 25. Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland) Goden Dag Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Goden Dag Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Gouden dag Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Dag Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) [answer] Dag ok Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) [answer] Dag ouk Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Moi Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Moin Low Saxon [Northern] (Germany) Moin moin Low Saxon [Westphalian] (Germany) Gueden Dag Lua [T'in] (Thailand) Mah pen si'ee [Luba-Shaba, see Kiluba] [Luba-Kasai, see Tshiluba] Lucumí (Cuba) Oluku mi Ludian (Russia) Hüvä päivä Luganda (Uganda) Otya nno Luganda (Uganda) [morning] Wasizotya nyabo Luganda (Uganda) [morning] Wasuz'otya Luganda (Uganda) [afternoon] Osiibye otya nno Luganda (Uganda) [afternoon] Osiiby'otya Luganda (Uganda) [answer] Bulungi Luganda (Uganda) 'Abaffè Luganda (Uganda) 'Abânge Luganda (Uganda) [informal] Ki kati Luiseño (Southern California USA) Miiyu Luiseño (California USA) [to several people] Miiyuyam Lunda (Zambia, Angola, Congo) Mudi nahi? Lunda (Zambia, Angola, Congo) [answer] Cha chiwahi Lunyankole (Uganda) Osibirega Lunyankole (Uganda) [after absense] Kaizhe buhorogye? Lunyankole (Uganda) [answer] Kaizhe buhoro Lunyankole (Uganda) [by elder] Mphoro Lunyankole (Uganda) [answer] Eh Lunyankole (Uganda) [by child] Erirege Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) [morning] Oreire ota? Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) [morning] Oreiregye? Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) [answer] Ndaire kurungi Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) [aftern.] Osibiregye? Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) [answer] Nsibire kurungi Lunyoro (West Uganda) Mirembe Lunyoro (West Uganda) [morning] Oraire ota? Lunyoro (West Uganda) [afternoon] Osibire ota? Lunyoro (West Uganda) [answer] Kurungi Luritja (Australia) Yawa Luritja (Australia) Wai Lushootseed (Washington State USA) 'I, sya'ya' Lushootseed (Washington State USA) Kwedachi Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Mirembe Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Misawa Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Mesawa Luvale (Zambia) Ngacili? Luvale (Zambia) [answer] Kanawa Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France) Moiën Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France) Bonjour Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France) Gudde Moiën Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France) Gudde Mëtteg Lyela (Burkina Faso) [by a guest] A vièlè
  26. 26. Lyela (Burkina Faso) [answer] On hon [Maa, see Maasai] Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania) Supa Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania) [men] Suba Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania) [answer] Suba oleng Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania) [women] Ta kwenya Maasai (Serengeti Kenya, Tanzania) [answer] Iko Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [to a young woman] Ndito ta kwenya Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [to a young woman] Nditho ta kwenya Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [to an older woman] Koko ta kwenya Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [to a warrior] Morani ta kwenya Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [to a young man] Kulalayo ta kwenya Maasai (Kenya, Tanz.) [how are the children] Kasserian ingera Mabuiag (Queensland Australia) [to one] Ni midhikidh Mabuiag (Queensland Australia) [to two] Nipel midhikidh Mabuiag (Queensland Australia) [to three+] Nitha midhikidh Mabuiag (Queensland Australia) [answer] Matha mina Macedonian (Macedonia) Zdravo Macedonian (Macedonia) Dobar den Macedonian (Macedonia) Prijatno Macedonian (Macedonia) [informal] Alo [Machiguenga, see Matsigenka] [Magyar, see Hungarian] Maidu (California USA) Hei Makah (Washington USA) Hooy Makhua (Tanzania) Habaari Makhua (Tanzania) [answer] Salaama Malagasy (Madagascar) Manao ahoana Malagasy (Madagascar) Manao ahoana tompoko Malagasy (Sakalava Madagascar) Salama Malagasy (Sambirano Madagascar) M'bola tsara Malagasy (South and Midwestern Madagascar) Akory anareo Malagasy (Betsimisaraka Madagascar) Akory lahaly Malagasy (Betsileo Madagascar) Tsara madyna Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Selamat Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Apa kabar Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Helo Malayalam (Kerala India) Namaskaram [Maldivian, see Dhivehi] Malinké (Mali) I be di [Maliseet, see Passamaquoddy] Maltese (Malta) Bongu Maltese (Malta) Kifahna Mam (Guatemala) Je'y Mam (Guatemala) Jeyó Mam (Guatemala) Je'ky Mam (Guatemala) Jay Mam (Guatemala) [by a man to a man, inf.] Je'y kraa Mam (Guatemala) [to an older person] Antz tq'ab'a Mam (Guatemala) [to an older man] Antz tq'ab'a taat Mam (Guatemala) [to a visiter] Maa' tzuula b'eetal Mam (Guatemala) [to a man] Buenos diias, taat Mam (Guatemala) [to a woman] Buenos diias, naan Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Mwapoli mukwai Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Mwalya mwina Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [to p. working] Mwalima mukwai
  27. 27. Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer] Ta Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer] Kalombo Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer] Endi mukwai Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [after journey] Welini kweneko Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [returning hunter] Mwalulyata Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [hunter or fisher] Wamba Mampruli (Ghana) [morning] Dasuba Manchu (China) Ei [Manda, see Kimanda] Mandan (United States) Nawah Mandarin (China) [Guoyu, Putonghua] Nî hâo Mandarin [Guoyu, Putonghua] (China) [formal] Nín hâo Mandarin (China) [many people] Nîmen hâo Mandinka (West Africa) [to one person] I be ñaading Mandinka (West Africa) [to several people] Al be ñaading Mandinka (West Africa) [to one person] I be di Mandinka (West Africa) [to several people] Al be di Mandinka (West Africa) [to one person] I ne ke Mandinka (West Africa) [to several people] Al ne ke Mandinka (West Africa) [to one person] I tiina Mandinka (West Africa) [to several people] Al tiina Mandinka (West Africa) Kayira be Mandinka (West Africa) Ge iwurara Mangareva (French Polynesia) Ena koe Mangareva (French Polynesia) [answer] A koe noti Mangareva (French Polynesia) Kia purotu koe Mangareva (French Polynesia) Aroha Manggarai (Indonesia) [where are you going?] Ngonia? Maninka (Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone) Mesect Maninka (Guinea, Liberia, S.Leon) [aftern.] Mesomme [Manipuri, see Meithei] Manyika [Hungwe] (Zimbabwe) Kaziwa Manyika (Zimbabwe, Mozambique) Kaiwa Manx (Britain) Laa mie Manx (Britain) Failt erriu Manx (Britain) Dy bannee dhyt Manx (Britain) Ta shiu cheet Manx (Britain) Kys t'ou Manx (Britain) [to several people] She nyn mea diu ooilley Maohi (French Polynesia) Ia orana Maori (New Zealand) [to one person] Tena koe Maori (New Zealand) [to two people] Tena korua Maori (New Zealand) [to three or more] Tena koutou Maori (New Zealand) Kia ora Maori (Cook Islands) Kia orana Maori (Cook Islands) [peace] Kia 'au [Mapuche, see Mapudungun] Mapudungun (Chile, Argentina) Mari mari Mapudungun (Chile, Argentina)[after absense] Fütá kuyfí Mapudungun (Chile, Argentina) Foche Marathi (Maharashtra India) Namaskar Marathi (Maharashtra India) Namaste Marathi (Maharashtra India) [informal] Kasa-kaayh Mari [Hill Mari] (Russia) Pury kechy Mari [Hill Mari] (Russia) [morning] Pury irok Mari [Hill Mari] (Russia) [evening] Pury vady Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) Salam liyzhe
  28. 28. Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) Poro kéch'e Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) [morning] Poro er Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) [evening] Poro kás Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) [how are you?] Kuze ílet? [Maringe, see Cheke Holo] Marquesan (French Polynesia) Kaoha Marquesan (French Polynesia) Kaoha nui Marshallese (Marshal Islands, Nauru) Yokwe yuk Marshallese (Marshal Islands, Nauru) Yokwe Marshallese (Marshal Islands, Nauru) Yokwe yokwe [Masai, see Maasai] Mashi (Eastern Congo-Kinshasa) Asinge Masongo (Ethiopia) Maram bouga Masongo (Ethiopia) [answer] Ay nandejoua Matisa (Namibia) Damara Matsikenka (Peru) Aiñovi Matsigenka (Peru) Aiñompi Matsigenka (Peru) [answer] Aiñona Matsigenka (Peru) [where are you going?] Néga pijáque? Matsigenka (Peru) [answer: I'm visiting you] Naniáquemíni Maué (Brazil) Enodac Maué (Brazil) Awãe aiko [Maure, see Hassaniya] [Mayan, see Achí, Aguacateco, Acateco, Chortí, Chuj, Ixil, Jacalteco, Kanjobal, Kekchi, Lacandon, Mam, Mopán Maya, Pocomchí, Quiché, Tzotzil, and Yucateco] [Mayangna, see Panamahka] Mazahua (Mexico) Jyasmä Mazahua (Mexico) Jyasmäji Mazahua (Mexico) Jyas'u Mazatec (Oaxaca and Veracruz Mexico) 'Ntano Mbeere (Kenya) Na atia [Mbisu, see Bisu] Mehináku (Xingü Park Brazil) Pitsupai Mehináku (Xingü Park Brazil) [answer] Natupai Meithei (India, Bangladesh, Myanmar) Karam touri Mekwengo (Uganda) Mirembe Mende (Sierra Leone) Bua Mende (Sierra Leone) Bianaoh Mende (Sierra Leone) Ndiamo, biwa Mende (Sierra Leone) Ah wanna-e? Menomini (Wisconsin USA) A:neE na:p Meriam Mir (Australia, Papua New Guinea) Nako manali? Meriam Mir (Australia, PNG) [answer] Sikakanali [Meru, see Kimeru] [Meto, see Dawan] [Mfantse, see Fante] Miami (Indiana & Oklahoma USA) Aya aya Miami (Indiana & Oklahoma USA) [to a friend] Aya aya niihka [Miao, see Hmong Daw and Hmong Njua] Miccosukee (Florida USA) Che hun ta mo Mien (Laos, Thailand) Yiem longx Mien (Laos, Thailand) Yiem longx nyei Mien (Laos, Thailand) Yiem longx nyei fai Mien (Laos, Thailand) Ov, meih daaih orh Mien (Vietnam) Puang toi Mikmaq (Canada) Kwé
  29. 29. Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy) Saludi Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy) Reverissi Min Dong [Fuchou] (China) Eh ho meh Min Nam [Chaoshou] (China) Ho mo Min Nam [Hokkien] (Singapore, Indonesia) Jia ba liao buay Min Nam [Hokkien] (Singapore, Indonesia) Ho bo Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Li ho Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Chiah pa bue Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Chiah-tau iah bue Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Peng an Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Chiáh-tàu iáh boë Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Haloo Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Baa kaba Mingo (Canada, USA) Skênö Mingo (Canada, USA) Hae' Mingo (Canada, USA) Hau' Mingo (Canada, USA) [informal] Kuwe Mískito (Nicaragua, Honduras) Nak'sa Mískito (Nicaragua, Honduras) Nahki sa Mitchif (North Dakota USA, Canada) Tawnshi Mitchif (North Dakota USA, Canada) Boonzhoor Mixe (Oaxaca Mexico) Za jiatzy Mixe (Oaxaca Mexico) [at a house] Estagai yépsna Mixe (Oaxaca Mexico) [meeting on the road] Hana beákten Mixtec (Chalcatongo Mexico) [morning] Tàníndi Mixtec (Chalcatongo Oaxaca Mexico) [morning] Tándi Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco Oaxaca Mexico) Taondi Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco Mexico) [answer] Taondimbaa Mixtec (Sta. Catarina Estetla Mex.) [morning]Kobaadín Mixtec (Sta. Catarina Estetla Mex.) [answer] Kobadiátu Mixtec (Xicay´n Mexico) Taniku Mixtec (Xicay´n Mexico) Ta'áníku Mixtec (Xicay´n Mexico) Káa Ndioxi yúu yóo [Mixteco Bajo, see Ñuiñe] [Mohawk, see Kanienkehaka] Mohegan (Eastern USA) Aquai Mohegan (Eastern USA) Quin'a moth'a [Mohican, see Mohegan] [Mokpwe, see Bakweri] Moksha (Russia) Shumbrat Mon (Myanmar, Thailand) Mangera 7aw Monégasque (Monaco) Bon giurnu [Mong, see Hmong Daw and Hmong Njua] Mongo-Nkundu (Congo-Kinshasha) Losáko Mongolian (Mongolia, N China) Sain baina uu Mono (California USA) Maná hu Mòoré (Burkina Faso) Kibaare Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [to a person working] Ne y tuuma Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [to a person walking] Ne y kenji Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [morning] Yibeogo kibaare? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [morning] Yibeogo yaa laafi? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [morning] Yibeogo kiema? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [afternoon] Zaabre kibaare? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [afternoon] Zaabre yaa laafi? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [afternoon] Zaabre kiema? Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [answer] Laafi Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [answer] Laafibeme
  30. 30. Mòoré (Burkina Faso) [answer] Laafibala Mopán Maya (Guatemala) Dioos Mordvin (Russia) Shumbrat Mordvin (Russia) [informal] Syukprya Morisyen (Mauritius) Ki m anieère? Morisyen (Mauritius) [answer] Mon byen, mersi [Mossi, see Mòoré] Motu (Papua New Guinea) Dina namona Mpi (Thailand) Na hà yé? Mpi (Thailand) [answer by person visiting] Ngó só í he Mpongwe (Gabon) Mbolo Mura (Brazil) Kauan Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Estonko Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Hescha Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Hesci Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Hessi Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Hensci Muskogee (Oklahoma USA) Hërs'cë Mutsun (California USA) Pasip-inyi [Mvskoke, see Muskogee] [Ñähñu, see Hñähñu] [Náhuat, see Pipil] Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) Niltze Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) [good day] Cualli tonalli Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) [good day] Cualli tonaltin Náhuatl (Tepoztlan Mexico) [good day] Cualli motonalli Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) Tlathuil Náhuatl (Puebla Mexico) Mopanolti Náhuatl (Puebla Mexico) Mopanoltihtzino Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) Piali Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) Piale Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) [to male] Pial tate Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) [female] Pial nane Náhuatl (Guerrero Mexcio) [on street] Kän tiaw Náhuatl [Aztec Empire] Niltze Náhuatl [Aztec Empire] [to person arriving] Otiquihiyohuih Náhuatl [Aztec Empire] [to person sitting] Tla ximehuiltihtiecan Nakota (North America) [by male] Hau Nakota (North America) [by female] Han Nakota (North America) [to a friend by male] Hau kona Nama (Namibia) !Gâi tsés Nama (Namibia) Matisa ti axaro Nandi (East Africa) Chamgei Nandi (East Africa) [elder to younger man] Sopai Nandi (East Africa) [reply to elder by y.m.] Takwenya Nandi (East Africa) [younger to elder man] Epa Nandi (East Africa) [elder to young woman] Takwenya Nandi (East Africa) [younger to elder woman] Igo Nandi (East Africa) [man to woman] Takwenya, chepioso-chu Nandi (East Africa) [woman to man] Takwenya, murén-ju Nandi (East Africa) [woman to young boy] Sopai Nandi (East Africa) [reply by young boy] Takwenya Nandi (East Africa) [man to young girl] Takwenya Nandi (East Africa) [reply by young girl] Igo Navajo (Southwestern United States) Yá'át'ééh Navajo (SW United States) [to older man] Yá'át'ééh shicheii
  31. 31. Navajo (SW United States) [to older woman] Yá'át'ééh shimá Navajo (SW United States) [to older woman] Yá'át'ééh shimá yázhí Navajo (SW United States) [to younger man] Yá'át'ééh shiyáázh Navajo (SW United States) [to young child] Yá'át'ééh shitsóí Navajo (SW United States) [to young child] Yá'át'ééh sitsóí [Nawat, see Pipil] Naxi (Yunnan China) Al la'laq lei Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [singular] Sawubona Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [plural] Salibonani Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [respectful] Salubonani Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [reply] Yebo Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Lotjani Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Lotsha Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [afternoon] Litshonile Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [plural] Relotshitse Ndjuka (Suriname) U miti oo [Ndo, see Kebu] Ndonga (Namibia) Ongeipi kaume [Nederlands, see Dutch] Nenets (Russia) Andorovo Nenets (Russia) Nani torova [Neo-Aramaic, see Assyrian and Chaldean] Nepali (Nepal, India) [polite] Namaskaar Nepali (Nepal, India) Namaste Newari (Nepal, India) Jojo-lapa Newari (Nepal, India) Namaste Newari (Nepal, India) Mahphulaa Ngaanyatjarra (Australia) [sun-side moiety] Yiparrka Ngaanyatjarra (Australia) [sun-side moiety] Panaka Ngaanyatjarra (Australia) [sun-side moiety] Tjarurru Ngaanyatjarra (Australia)[shade-side moiety] Milangka Ngaanyatjarra (Australia)[shade-side moiety] Karimarra Ngaanyatjarra (Australia)[shade-side moiety] Purungu [Ngala, see Lingala] Ngalkbon (Australia) Nyale Ngambay (Chad) Láphìa Ngambay (Chad) [answer] Láphìa ya Ngambay (Chad) Làléé Nganasan (Siberia Russia) Doroba Ngiyampaa (Australia) Yamakarra Ngizim (Nigeria) Úsài Ngumba (Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea) Mirembe Nicobarese (Nicobar) Ho Nias (Indonesia) Jahowu Nigerian Pidgin (Nigeria) How now Nimo (Papua New Guinea) Nena wenao Niue (Niue Island) Fakaalofa atu Niue (Niue Island) [to two people] Fakaalofa atu ki a mua Niue (Niue Island) [to a small group] Fakaalofa atu ki a mutolu Niue (Niue Island) [to a large group] Fakaalofa atu ki a mutolu oti Niue (Niue Island) [informal] Koe kia Njebi (Gabon) Mbolo Njebi (Gabon) [answer] Mm, mbolo Njebi (Gabon) Wemasoga [Nokhchiin, see Chechen] Nominapetu (Puluwat Micronesia) Etowi
  32. 32. Norwegian [Nynorsk] (Norway) Goddag Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) Hei Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) Heisann Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) God dag Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) Morn Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) Hallo Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) Goddág Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) Goddàjen Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) [reply; old] Sing Gú Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) [old] Godt mót Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) [reply] Godt mót att Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) [informal] Hêia Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway) [informal] Hæia Norwegian [Nordmørsk] (Norway)[to p.working] Síng ârbeia Norwegian [Bergensk] (Bergen Norway) Halloen Norwegian [Sortlandsk] (Sortland Norway) Go'da Norwegian [Sortlandsk] (Sortland Norway) Ka farsken, e det du? Ntomba (Congo-Kinshasha) Ómwá Ntomba (Congo-Kinshasha) Bómwá Ntomba (Congo-Kinshasha) Losako Nubi (Kenya, Uganda) Maskagna Nuer (Sudan) Male magua Ñuiñe [Mixteco Bajo](Mexico)[child to adult] Ke'ém Ñuiñe [Mixteco Bajo](Mexico)[adult to adult] Xna Ñuiñe [Mixteco Bajo](Mexico) A'eyo Nukuoro (Micronesia) Danuaa Nukuoro (Micronesia) [to a group] Danuaa goodou alodahi Nupe (Africa) Okú [Ñuu Savi, see Mixtec] Nuxalk (Canada) Yaw Nuxalk (Canada) [hello friends] Yaw smatmc [Nyakyusa, see Kinyakyusa] [Nyamwezi, see Kinyamwezi] [Nyankore, see Lunyankole] [Nyaturu, see Kinyaturu] [Occitan, see Provencal and Gascon] Ofo (Mississippi Valley USA) He' ha [Oirat, see Kalmyk] Ojibwe (USA, Canada) Aaniin Ojibwe (USA, Canada) Aanii Ojibwe (USA, Canada) Boozhoo Okanagan (Montana USA) Way' Okanagan (Montana USA) Xast sxelx'ált Okanagan (Montana USA) Way' xast sxelx'ált Okavango (Namibia) Mazwara [Oluta, see Popoluca] Oneida (Ontario Canada, Northeastern USA) Sekoli Oneida (Ontario Canada, Northeastern USA) Sheko:li Oriya (India, Bangladesh) Kemitee choo Oriya (India, Bangladesh) Namaskar Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Ashshaamad'd'a Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Ashamaa Ossetian (Georgia) Salam Ossetian (Georgia) Arfæ Otetela (Central Congo-Kinshasa) Moyo [Otomí, see Hñähñu]
  33. 33. Ovambo (Namibia) Oyampi (Brazil) morning] Oateponeko'e Nawa Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [to an older man] Aitné kívyé Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [to an older woman] Aitné kívúno Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [to one person] Ai kam Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [to several people] Ai ka Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [response by a man] Ahadjé Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [response by a woman] Ihi Pa'ikwene (Amazon) Yaba Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [response] Koh Pa'ikwene (Amazon) Ba pi ai? Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [response] Ihi, nah ai Pa'ikwene (Amazon) Baiahee Pa'ikwene (Amazon) [response] Ihee Paipai (Baja California Mexico) Auka Paipai (S. California USA , B.C. Mexico) Awka Paipai (S. California, B.C. Mexico) [reply] 'Awlika Paipai (S. California USA , B.C. Mexico) Nyumkjkye Paiute (Nevada USA) [I am your friend] Tu-cubin-noonie Paiute (Nevada USA) [reply] Noonie-tu-cubin Paiute (Nevada USA) [answer to respondant] Iooie, iooie Paiute (Nevada USA) [hello friend] Mike-tu-cubin Paiute (Owens Valley California USA) Manahóo Paiwan (Taiwan) Aianga sun [Pakistani, see Farsi] Palaun (Palau) Alii Palaun (Palau) Alii, kauangerang Pali (India) [morning] Suppabhaatam te Pali (India) Sundara poeto [Pampangan, see Kapampangan] Panamahka (Nicaragua) Parastah Pangasinan (Philippines) Masantós a kabuasán Pangasinan (Philippines) Maabig ya kabuasán Pangasinan (Philippines) Masantós ya agew Pangasinan (Philippines) [to a group] Masantós ya agew ed sikayo Pangasinan (Philippines) [to a group] Maabig ya kabuasán ed sicayon [Panjabi, see Punjabi] Papiamentu (Dutch Antilles, Aruba) Kon ta bai Papiamentu (Dutch Antilles, Aruba) Bon dia Paricuru (Brazil) Aitniê Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan) Senga yai Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan) Assalam u alaikum Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan) [reply] Wa alaikum ussalam Passamaquoddy (Maine USA, New Bruns. Canada) Tan kahk Paugusett (USA) Saygo Pende (Congo) Moyo Pende (Congo) Wabanda [Penobscot, see Abenaki] [Peskotomuhkatiyik, see Passamaquoddy] Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Nári jámashaki Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Jéndi Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Nashki Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Nark Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Tsé Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Jéndi tsé

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