Greeting with 100 or more languages.

How to say THANK you in all different languages

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Greeting with 100 or more languages. How to say THANK you in all different languages


THANK YOU IN DIFFFERENT LANGUAGES

LANGUAGE

TRANSLATION

AFRIKAANS dankie
ALBANIAN faleminderit
ALSATIAN merci
ARABIC chokrane
ARABIC (ALGERIAN) saha
ARABIC (TUNISIAN) Barak Allahu fiik
ARMENIAN chnorakaloutioun
AZERI çox sag olun / tesekkur edirem
BAMBARA a ni kié
BASQUE eskerrik asko (southern basque) / milesker (northern basque)
BELARUSIAN Дзякую (dziakuju)
BENGALI dhanyabaad
BOBO a ni kié
BOSNIAN hvala
BRETON trugéré / trugaré / trugarez
BULGARIAN merci / blagodaria
BURMESE (thint ko) kyay tzu tin pa te
CATALAN gràcies
CEBUANO salamat
CHICHEWA zikomo
CHINESE xièxie
CORSICAN grazie
CROATIAN hvala
CZECH děkuji / díky
DANISH tak
DARI tashakor
DUTCH dank u wel / dank je wel
ESPERANTO dankon
ESTONIAN tänan / tänan väga (thank you very much)
EWÉ akpé
FAROESE takk fyri
FIDJIAN vinaka
FINNISH kiitos
FRENCH merci
FRISIAN dankewol
FRIULAN gracie
GALICIAN gracias / graciñas
GERMAN danke
GREEK ευχαριστώ (efharisto)
GUARANÍ aguyjé
GUJARATI aabhar
HAITIAN CREOLE mèsi
HAWAIIAN mahalo
HEBREW toda
HINDI dhanyavad
HUNGARIAN köszönöm
ICELANDIC takk
INDONESIAN terima kasih
INUPIAT taiku
IRISH GAELIC go raibh maith agat
ITALIAN grazie
JAPANESE arigatô
KABYLIAN tanemirt
KANNADA dhanyavadagalu
KHMER akun
KIRUNDI murakoze
KOREAN kam sah hamnida
KOTOKOLI sobodi
KRIO tenki
KURDISH spas
LAO khob chai (deu)
LATIN gratias ago (from 1 pers.)
gratias agimus (from X pers.)
LATVIAN paldies
LEBANESE choukrane
LIGURIAN grassie
LITHUANIAN aciu
LOW SAXON bedankt / dank ju wel
LUXEMBOURGEOIS merci
MACEDONIAN blagodaram
MALAGASY misaotra
MALAY terima kasih
MALAYALAM nanni
MALTESE niżżik ħajr / grazzi / nirringrazzjak
MARATHI aabhari aahe / aabhar / dhanyavaad
MONGOLIAN bayarlalaa (Баярлалаа)
NORWEGIAN takk
OCCITAN mercé / grandmercé
PAPIAMENTO danki
PASHTO manana
PERSIAN motashakkeram, mamnun (formal) / mochchakkeram, mamnun, mersi (informal)
POLISH dziękuję
PORTUGUESE obrigado (M speaking) / obrigada (F speaking)
ROMANI najis tuke
ROMANIAN mulţumesc
RUSSIAN спасибо (spacibo)
SAMOAN faafetai lava
SARDINIAN gratzias
SCOTTISH GAELIC tapadh leat (singular, familiar)
tapadh leibh (plural, respectful)
SERBIAN hvala
SHIMAORE marahaba
SHONA waita (plural: maita)
SINDHI meharbani
SINHALA stuutiyi
SLOVAK dakujem
SLOVENIAN hvala
SOBOTA hvala
SPANISH gracias / muchas gracias
SWAHILI asante / asante sana
SWEDISH tack
TAGALOG salamat (po)
TAHITIAN mauruuru
TAMIL nanedri
TATAR rahmat
THAI ขอบคุณคะ (kop khun kha) - woman speaking
ขอบคุณครับ (kop khun krap) - man speaking
TIGRINYA yekeniele
TURKISH tesekkur ederim, sagolun
UDMURT tau
UKRAINIAN diakuiu
URDU shukriya
WALOON ("betchfessîs" spelling) gråces / merci
thank you very much : gråces (merci) traze côps, gråces (merci) beacôp
WELSH diolch
WEST INDIAN CREOLE mèsi
WOLOF djiere dieuf
XHOSA enkosi
YIDDISH a dank
YORUBA o sheun

Explanation of Languages
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Afrikaans -> spoken by people of Dutch heritage in South Africa
Alentejano -> language spoken in Portugal
Alsacien -> French/German dialect (live in France, but speak
like Germans)
Apache -> North American Indian Nation rangeing from the plains
states to the eastern Rocky Mountains and from the
Canadian to Mexican borders
Arabic -> language spoken in the Arab countries including
but not limited to Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan,
Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and
the region of Palestine.
Assamese -> language spoken in the state of Assam, India
Batak -> northern Sumatra province of Indonesia
Bavarian -> language spoken in the state of Bavaria, southern
Germany (actually a German dialect)
Bengali -> language spoken in the state of West Bengal, India,
as well as almost all people of Bangladesh
Bicol -> Philipino dialect
Bregenzerwald -> Part of Vorarlberg
Cebuano -> language spoken in Philipines near the town of Cebu
Chamoru -> language spoken by people in Guam, the Northern
Marianas, Tinian and Rota
Cheyenne -> North American Indian tribe, part of the Apache
Nation
Chichewa -> language spoken in Malawi, Central Africa
Chickasaw -> North American Indian tribe (southeastern Oklahoma)
Comorien -> language spoken by around 500,000 people on the Comoro Islands
in the Indian ocean between Africa and Madagascar
Creol -> French dialect spoken by people who migrated from
Canada to the Louisiana, USA, area
Davvi Samegiella-> language spoken by the Lappish people in the North of Finland
(more about uralic languages)
Dusun -> language spoken by the Dusun tribe, one of the largest
in North Borneo (SABAH)
Dutch -> language spoken in the Netherlands and the provinces
of East- and West-Flanders, Antwerp, Limburg, and
Flemmish-Brabant, Belgium
Esperanto -> The International Language ('artificial' language)
Farsi -> language spoken in Iran. Dialects of Farsi spoken in
Pakistan and Afghanestan. Farsi is sometimes called
Persian.
Franconian -> German dialect spoken by the citizens of Franken or
Franconia which is part of Bavaria in the area
around Nuremberg
French -> language spoken in France, Canada, and the provinces
of Luxembourg, Namur, Liege, Hainault, and Brabant-
Walloon(Brabant of the Walloons), Belgium
Friesian -> language spoken in northern Holland, northern
Germany, and in some parts of Denmark
(mainly west coast)
Galician -> language spoken by around 3 million people in the Spanish
region of Galicia (North-West of Spain)
Gaelic -> language spoken in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man,
as well as in some areas of Scottish settlement in Eastern
Maritime Canada
Ghanaian -> language spoken in Ghana (some dialects are Akan and
Twi which are in this case not different from each other
Gronings -> Dutch dialect
Guarani' -> one of the two official languages in Paraguay
Gujrati -> language spoken in the state of Gujrat, India
Hausa -> language spoken in Nigeria
Hakka -> Chinese dialect from Manchuria
Hindi -> language spoken in the northern states of India
Hopi -> North American Indian tribe (southwest, Arizona)
Ibaloi -> Philipino dialect
Icetot -> language spoken by the Ik people of northeastern Uganda
Ilocano -> Filopino dialect
Imazigham -> language spoken in North Africa mainly in the region of
Kabily in Central Algeria
Interglossa -> 'artificial' language, invented by Lancelot Hogben in 1940
Kankana-ey -> Philipino dialect
Kannada -> language spoken in the state of Karnataka,
southern India
Kikongo -> language spoken in Zaire, Africa
Klingon -> Spoken in Star Trek. Proper term for the language
is "tlhIngan Hol". The Klingon homeworld is
Qo'noS, in English it's Kronos.
Letzeburgisch -> language spoken in Luxemburg, a mixture of French and
German, with the emphasis on German
Lao -> language spoken in Laos and by the Laotian people
living in northern Thailand
Luo -> language spoken in Kenya
Malayalam -> language spoken in the state of Kerala, India
Marathi -> language spoken in the state of Maharastra, India
(Bombay is the capital city)
Marshallese -> language spoken on the Marshall Islands
Mohawk -> North American Indian tribe (New England, maybe one of
the Seven Nations/Iriquois?)
Mokilese -> language spoken on Mokil and Ponape (Pohnpei)
Moroccan -> language spoken in Morocco, North Africa
Navajo -> North American Indian tribe (southwest)
Nepali -> language spoken in Nepal, as well as in parts of
India and Bhutan
Ndebele -> language spoken in Zimbabwe
Oriya -> language spoken in Orissa, a state of India
Papiamento -> language spoken on the island of Aruba
Pulaar -> dialect spoken in Senegal by the Fulani people
Punjabi -> language spoken in the state of Punjab, northern India
Quechua -> language spoken south american Incas descendants
Quenya -> Elvish language invented by J. R. R. Tolkien for his
books. Notably, "The Lord of the Rings".
SeSotho -> language spoken in Lesotho and parts of South Africa
(closely related to Tswana (Botswana))
Shona -> language spoken in Zimbabwe
Singhalese -> Language of the non-Tamil (majority) people of
Sri Lanka. Also spoken in Ceylon.
Sioux -> North American Indian tribe (upper midwest)
Swahili -> language spoken by some indigenous tribes of South
Africa
Tagalog -> Philipino dialect
Tamil -> language spoken in the state of Tamil Nadu, India,
and in Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritus
Telugu -> language spoken in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India
(eleventh most spoken language in the world)
Tshiluba -> language of the BaLuba tribe in south-central Zaire
Tumbuka -> Bantu language spoken in Malawi and Zambia
Urdu -> language spoken in Pakistan and India
Värmländska -> language spoken in a part of Sweden - Värmland (north of lake Vänern)
Venda -> one of the 11 official languages in South Africa,
spoken in the northern province of South Africa
Volapük -> 'artificial' language, invented by August Schleyer in 1880
Votic -> spoken by some people in the area north of St. Petersburg (former
Leningrad) (more about uralic languages)
Vulcan -> Spoken in Star Trek by Mr. Spock and others from
the planet Vulcan
Walloon -> latin language, literally Welsh (not English Welsh), a little used
French dialect with quite strong Germanic influence
spoken in the provinces of Luxembourg, Namur,
Liege, Hainault, and Brabant-Walloon(Brabant of
the Walloons), Belgium
Wolof -> dialect spoken in Senegal by the Wolof people
Yucatec Maya -> language spoken by indigenous people of the Yucatan
peninsula in Mexico
Zazi -> Kurdic dialect
Zuni -> North American Indian tribe

a' -> a with the acute accent (') over it
e^ -> ^ above e


german dialects:
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bayrisch : I mog di! (right answer: I di a!)
berlinerisch : Ick liebe Dir!
berner-deutsch : Ig liebe di!
(Bregenz-)wälderisch : I ma di gonz grüsele geen.
friesisch : Ik hou fan dei (sp?)
hessisch : Isch habb disch libb!
ostfriesisch : Ick heb Di leev!
pfälzisch : Isch habb Disch lieb!
saarländisch : Isch hann disch lieb!
sächsich : Isch liebdsch!
schwäbisch : I han di gern!
schweizer-deutsch : Ch'ha di gärn!
vorarlbergerisch : I stand total uf di!