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How to Say Thank You in Different Languages? By: Imraan Siddiqui




If you love travelling to various countries and want to explore them then you should definitely know the basic terms of the language used in that country. Sometimes to survive in a country where English language is not spoken widely can be very challenging sometimes. So, the most common term which everyone use while travelling is “Thank You”. Hence, here is how to say thank you in different languages so that while travelling to a place you will never stuck. These are as following:

A -

Afrikaans : dankie
Albanian : faleminderit
Alsatian : merci
Arabic : shukran
Armenian : chnorakaloutioun
Australian : Thoinks Moite!

B –

Bamanankan : a ni kié
Bosnian : hvala (HVAH-lah)
Breton : trugéré / trugaré / trugarez
Bulgarian : благодаря / blagodaria

C -

Catalan : gràcies (GRAH-syuhs)
Cantonese : M̀h’gōi
Cebuano: salamat
Croatian : hvala (HVAH-lah)
Czech : děkuji (Dyekooyih)

D -

Danish : Tak (Tahg)
Dutch : dank u
Duala : Na som

E -

Estonian : tänan (TA-nahn)
Ewé : Akpé (Appé)

F -

Finnish : kiitos (kee-tohss)
French : merci
Friulan : gracie

G -

German : danke
Greek : ευχαριστώ (ef-hah-rees-TOH)
Guarani : Aguije
Gujarathi: Aabar

H -

Hawaiian : mahalo (ma-HA-lo)
Haitian : mesi
Hebrew : todah (toh-DAH)
Hindi : dhanyavād / shukriya
Hungarian : köszönöm (KØ-sø-nøm)

I -

Icelandic : takk (tahk)
Indonesian : terima kasih. (tuh-REE-mah KAH-see)
Irish (Northern) : Nice one bro'r, or Cheers mucker !
Italian : grazie (GRAHT-tsyeh)

J -

Japanese : arigatô (ah-ree-GAH-toh)
Jive : Thanks mon - Appropriate only if directed to a male

K -

Kabylian : tanemirt
Kannada : Dhan-ya-vaadaa
Kikongo : matondo
Kirundi : murakoze
Korean : 감사합니다 (gamsahamnida)

L -

Latvian : paldies (PUHL-dyehs)
Lebanese : choukrane
Lingala : matondi
Lithuanian : ačiū (AH-choo)
Low saxon : bedankt / dank ju wel
Luganda : Waybale Nyo

M -

Macedonian : Благодарам / blagodaram (blah-GOH-dah-rahm)
Malay : terima kasih (TREE-muh KAH-seh)
Malagasy : misaotra
Maltese : grazzi (GRUTS-ee)
Mandarin : Xièxiè
Maori : Kiaora Koe
Marathi : aabhari aahe / aabhar / dhanyavaad
Mbalangwe : Nali tumela
Mongolian : Баярлалаа (bayarlalaa)
Myanmar : Jae Zu Din Pa De


N -

Nepali: dhan-ya-vaad
Nigeria : Na gode
Norwegian : takk

O -

Ojibwe : miigwetch
Ossetian: buznyg

P -

Palauan : soolong
Papiamento : danki
Pascuan : mauruuru
Pashto : Manana
Polish : dziękuję (Jenkoo-yen) 
Portuguese : obrigado

Q -

Quechua : sulpáy

R -

Romani : najis tuke
Romanian : mulţumesc (mool-tzoo-MESK)
Russian : спасибо (spuh-SEE-buh)

S -

Samoan : Talofa
Sardinian : gratzias
Serbian : xвала / hvala (HVAH-lah)
Shimaore : Marahaba
Sindhi : meharbani
Slovak : Ďakujem (JAH-koo-yehm)
Slovenian : hvala (HVAA-lah)
Spanish : gracias (GRAH-syahs)
Sundanese : Hatur Nuhun
Swedish : tack

T -

Tamil : nandri
Telugu : dhanyavadalu
Thai : kop khun
Turkish : teşekkür ederim (teh shek uer eh der eem)

U -

Udmurt : tau
Urdu : Bahut Shukria
Ukrainian : Дякую (DYAH-koo-yoo)
Uzbek : Rahmat

V -

Vietnamese : Kam ouen

W -

Welsh : diolch (DEE-ol’ch)
Wolof : djiere dieuf

X -

Xhosa : Nkosi

Y -

Yaqui : kettu'i
Yiddish : a dank

Z -

Zulu : ngiyabonga

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* Posted by: Imraan Siddiqui 

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