Hello in all languages

Hello in all languages

How to Say “Hello” in the World’s Most Spoken Languages
Want to learn how to say hello in different languages? If so then you’ve come to the right place!

You had me at hello. A simple “hello” is the likely the first thing you will say to someone whether at home or while travelling abroad.

Learning how to say ‘hello’ in a different language is a great way to make a good impression. It is also very friendly and polite. Picking up ‘hello’ in a foreign language is a very easy as it is just a single word to translate so requires minimum effort.

World travel is good for the soul. It opens your eyes to ways of living you might’ve never considered. Perhaps Moroccan cuisine will inspire you to enjoy new varieties of tea. Or Japanese decor will inspire you to embrace a “less is more” attitude.

We have brought together the most beautiful “Hello” translations that will translate your feelings for you as basla.org . You can share your favorites from the following messages on social media accounts.

👋 Afrikaans = Hallo (hal-low)

👋 Albanian = Përshëndetje (Per-shen-DEAT-ye)

👋 Albanian = Tjeta (TYEH-tah)

👋 Albanian = Tungjatjeta (toon-jah-TYEH-tah)

👋 Amharic = ሰላም (Sälam / sah-lam)

👋 Amharic = ታዲያስ (Tadiyas / Tahoe-di-yas)

👋 Amharic = ጤና ይስጥል (Teanastëllën / teen-as-tell-an)

👋 Arabic = ahlan (ah-lahn)

👋 Arabic = السلام علیکم (as-salām ‘alaykum / ahs-sahlahm ‘ah-leh-loom)

👋 Arabic = مرحبا (marhaba / mahr-hah-bah)

👋 Armenian = barev dzez or barev (bah-REV or bah-REV DZEZ)

👋 Azerbaijani = سلام (cалам) (sa-laam)

👋 Azerbaijani = salam əleyküm (sa-laam-mu-alaikum)

👋 Basque = egun on (egg-un own)

👋 Basque = gau on (gow-own)

👋 Basque = kaixo (kai-show)

👋 Bavarian or Austrian German = grüß Gott (gruess-got)

👋 Belarusian = biтаю (vee-tie-you)

👋 Bengali = Assalamu Alaikum

👋 Bangali = নমস্কার (Nomoshkaar / Namaskāra) (Nomoshkaar or Namaskāra)

👋 Bodo (बर’/बड़) = Wai, Oi, or Oye

👋 Bosnian = dobar dan (DOH-bahr dahn)

👋 Brazilian Portuguese = olá (oh-LAA) or oi

👋 Breton = Demat (de-mat)

👋 Bulgarian = Здравейте (zdraveĭte) or zdravei

👋 Burmese = Mingalarba (meen-gah LA-ba)

👋 Cambodian Khmer = ជំរាបសួរ (chum reap suor is formal) or sous-dey (an informal hi)

👋 Catalan = Hola (OH-lah)

👋 Chichewa = moni moni onse (mooni-mooni-on-se general greeting for all people)

👋 Cantonese = 你好 (néih hóu / nie haow)

👋 Corsican = bonghjornu (bwohn JOHR-noh)

👋 Croatian = bok (bohk) or dobar dan (aka good day)

👋 Czech = ahoj (ahoy)

👋 Danish = hej or hallo (Hai or ha-loh)

👋 Dutch = Hallo HAAL–oo) , goedendag, or Hoi

👋 Dzongkha = kuzu-zangpo la (koo-zoo-zang-poh-la)

👋 English = Hello (huh-lOH)

👋 Estonian = Tere (TEHR-reh)

👋 Farsi or Persian = سلام (Salām / saol-am) , درود بر تو (Dorood bar to) , or درود بر شما (Dorood bar shoma)

👋 Fijian = bula (mbula)

👋 Finnish = hyvää päivää (HUU-vaa PAI-vaah)

👋 French = allô

👋 French = Bonjour (bon-ZHOOR)

👋 French = Bonsoir (bon-swar)

👋 French = Coucou (kou-kou)

👋 French = Salut (sah-LUU)

👋 Frisian = goeie (GOO-ee)

👋 Georgian = მიესალმები (miesalmebi) or გამარჯობა (gah-mahr-joh-bah / gah-mahr-joh-bah)

👋 German = guten tag (goo-ten tahk)

👋 Greek = γεια σας (yassas / YAH sahss)

👋 Gujarati = namaste (nah-mah-steh)

👋 Haitian Creole = Bonjou (BOH-joo)

👋 Hausa = Sannu (san-NU)

👋 Hawaiian = Aloha (ah-low-ha)

👋 Hebrew = Shalom (shah-LOHM)

👋 Hindi = नमस्ते (Namaste) (Nah-mas-teh)

👋 Hmong = nyob zoo (nyob zoo)

👋 Hopi = ha’u (hah-uh)

👋 Hungarian = jó napot (yoe naupote) , szervusz, or szia

👋 Icelandic = halló (hal-law)

👋 Indonesian Bahasa = Halo or Hai (HAH-loh or high)

👋 Inuktitut = ᐊᐃᓐᖓᐃ (Ainngai)

👋 Irish = dia dhuit (DEE-ah GHWIT)

👋 Italian = ciao (chow)

👋 Italian = buongiorno (buon·giór·no) , buon pomeriggio, buonasera, and buena notte

👋 Japanese = こんにちは (Kon’nichiwa) (kohn-nee-chee-wah)

👋 Japanese = お早うございます (ohayō gozaimasu) , 今日は (konnichiwa / kohn-nee-chee-wah) , and 今晩は (konbanwa)

👋 Kannada = ನಮಸ್ಕಾರ (Namaskār)

👋 Kazakh = Сәлем (sälem) (sah-lem)

👋 Korean = 안녕하세요 (Anyeong haseyo) (AHN-young-ha-say-yo)

👋 Kurdish = silav or as-salaamu’ alaykum (slaw)

👋 Kyrgyz = alamatsyzby (sah-lam-aht-seez-bee)

👋 Lao = ສະບາຍດີ (sa-baai-di)

👋 Latin = salve (sal-way)

👋 Latvian = sveiki (women) and sveiks (men) (SVYEH-kah or SVEH-eeks)

👋 Limburgish = hallau, hoi, and daag

👋 Lingala = mbote (mboh-teh)

👋 Lithuanian = sveiki (women) and sveiks (men) (SVYEH-kah or SVEH-eeks)

👋 Luxembourgish = moïen (MOY-en)

👋 Luganda = ki kati (chi kati)

👋 Macedonian = Здраво (zdravo – Z-drav-oh) or Добар ден (dobar den)

👋 Malagasy = salama (sah-lAHm-ah)

👋 Malay = hai or hello (he-loh or hai)

👋 Malayalam = halēā or namaskkaram (nah-mah-skahr-ahm)

👋 Maltese = Bongu (bon-ju)

👋 Mandarin (Chinese) = 你好 or nǐ hǎo (nie haow)

👋 Maori = kia ora or tēnā koe (teh-nah koy)

👋 Marathi = नमस्कार (namaskār)

👋 Marshallese = yokwe (YAW-kweh)

👋 Mongolian = sain baina uu or sain uu (sain bai-na OO or say-noo)

👋 Nepali = नमस्ते (namaste / nah-mahs-teh)

👋 Neapolitan = cia or cha (cia or cha)

👋 Northern Sotho = khotso (coat-so)

👋 Norwegian = hei, hallo, god dag (goo-dahg) , or halla

👋 Odia = ନମସ୍କାର (Namaskār)

👋 Oromo = akkam

👋 Pashto = سلام (salam) or khe chare (SUH-laam)

👋 Polish = cześć, hej, and siema (cheshch, hey)

👋 Portuguese (Euopean) – olá or or or bom dia (oh-LAH)

👋 Punjabi = ਸਤ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਅਕਾਲ (sata Sri akaal) or as-alam-walaykum (saht sree ah-kahl or ah-sah-lahm-wah-lay-koom)

👋 Romanian = bună or salut (BOO-nuh or sah-LOOT)

👋 Russian = здравствуйте (zdravstvuyte / ZDRA-stvooy-tyeh)

👋 Samoan = Talofa (tah-low-fah)

👋 Scottish Gaelic = haló (ha-LAW)

👋 Serbian = Здраво (zdravo) (ZDRAH-voh)

👋 Sesotho = dumela or dumelang (doo-meh-lah / doo-meh-lang)

👋 Shanghainese = 侬好 (noŋ hɔ) (non ho)

👋 Shona = mhoro

👋 Sinhala = āyubōvan or halō (ah-yuh-boh-van or ha-loh)

👋 Slovak = ahoj and dobrý deň (AH-hoy and dOH-bree deñ)

👋 Slovenian = zdravo or živjo (ZDRAH-voh or ZHEE-vyoh)

👋 Somali = Salaam alaykum

👋 Spanish = Buenos Dias (bwe-no di-as)

👋 Spanish = Buenas Noches (but-nas no-ches)

👋 Spanish = Buenas Tardes (but-nas tar-does)

👋 Spanish = Hola (O-laa)

👋 Sundanese = halo or sampurasun (Ha-LOW)

👋 Swabian German = grüss gott

👋 Swahili = Jabari or hujambo or jambo (Ha-BAR-ee)

👋 Swati = sawubona (sah-woo-boh-nah)

👋 Swedish = “hej” or “hallå” (Hay)

👋 Swiss German = hoi, grüezi, and grüezi mitenand.

👋 Tagalog Filipino = helów or kumusta (koo-moos-tah or hey-LOW)

👋 Tahitian = Ia ora na (ee-ah oh-rah-na)

👋 Taiwanese Hokkien = lí-hó (lee-hoh)

👋 Tajik = ассалом or cалом (sah-lohm or a-sah-lohm)

👋 Tamil = வணக்கம் or “Vanakkam” (Vaa–NaK–Kam)

👋 Tarifit = azul or ola

👋 Tatar = isänmesez or sawmısız or sälam (ees-aen-meh-sehz or saw-mis-siz or sälam)

👋 Telugu = నమస్కారం (Namaskāram)

👋 Thai = สวัสดี ครับ/ค่ะ (sawasdee krap for males) and สวัสดี ครับ/ค่ะ (sawasdee ka for females) (sa-wat-dii-krap or sa-wat-dii-kha)

👋 Tibetan = cho demo and tashi delek (tah-shee del-ek)

👋 Tsalagi Cherokee = osiyo

👋 Tsonga = minjhani and kunjhani

👋 Tswana = dumela (doo-meh-lah)

👋 Turkish = merhaba or selam (mehr hah bah or sell-um)

👋 Ukrainian = dobriy den or vitayu or pryvit (DOH-brihy dehn or vee-TAH-yoo or prih-VEET)

👋 Urdu = السلام علیکم (assalam u Alaikum)

👋 Uzbek = assalomu alaykum or salom

👋 Vietnamese = xin chào or chào bạn (sin CHOW)

👋 Welsh = helo or shwmae or sut mae (shoe-my or sit-my)

👋 Woiworung = womenjeka (woh-men-je-kah)

👋 Xhosa = molo

👋 Yiddish = a gutn tog or sholem-aleykhem (ah-leh-khem shoh-lem)

👋 Yoruba = bawo ni

👋 Zulu = sawubona (sah-woo-boh-nah)

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