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How to Say "Hello" in 100+ Languages

Updated on January 27, 2015

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Here are some ways to greet people around the world, formally and informally, at different times of day.

Languages: A-K

Language
Greeting
How to Pronounce
Notes
Arabic
sabbah-el-khair
 
(good morning)
 
masaa-el-khair
 
(good evening)
 
Marhaba
 
(Hello)
Armenian
barev
 
or "parev"
Bahamas
hello
 
formal
 
hi
 
informal
 
heyello
 
informal
Basque
kaixo
kai-show
 
 
egun on
egg-un own
morning
 
gau on
gow own
night
Bavarian and Austrian German
grüß Gott
gruess gott
 
 
servus
zair-voos
informal; also means "goodbye"
Bengali
namaskar
 
 
Bulgarian
zdraveite
 
 
 
zdrasti
 
informal
Burmese
mingalarbar
 
 
Catalan
hola
o-la
 
 
bon dia
bon dee-ah
good morning
 
bona tarda
bona tahr-dah
good afternoon
 
bona nit
bona neet
bona neet
Chamorro
hafa adai
 
hello/what's up?
 
hafa?
 
informal
 
howzzit bro/bran/prim/che'lu?
 
informal
 
sup?
 
informal
Chichewa
moni bambo!
 
to a male
 
moni mayi!
 
to a female
Chinese (Cantonese)
 
nay ho
 
Chinese (Mandarin)
 
ni hau
 
Congo
mambo
 
 
Croatian
boke
 
informal
 
dobro jutro
 
morning
 
dobar dan
 
day
 
dobra većer
 
evening
 
laku noć
 
night
Czech
dobré ráno
 
until about 8 or 9 a.m
 
dobrý den
 
formal
 
dobrý večer
 
evening
 
ahoj
ahoy
 
Danish
hej
hey
 
 
god dag
 
formal
 
god aften
 
evening; formal)
 
hejsa
 
very informal
Dutch
hoi
 
very informal
 
hallo
 
informal
 
goedendag
 
formal
English
hello
 
formal
 
hi
 
informal
Esperanto
saluton
 
 
Finnish
hyvää päivää
 
formal
 
moi
 
informal
 
hei
 
informal
 
moro
 
Tamperensis
French
salut
(silent "t")
informal
 
bonjour
(nasal vowel)
formal, daytime
 
bonsoir
(nasal vowel)
good evening
 
bonne nuit
 
good night
 
ça va
 
"how are you?"
Gaeilge
dia duit
dee-ah gwitch
informal: "God be with you"
Georgian
gamardjoba
 
 
German
hallo
 
informal
 
Guten Tag
gootan tahg
formal
 
Tag
tahk
very informal
Gujarathi
kem che
 
 
Greek
yia sou
yah-soo
informal
 
 
yia sas
 
Hawaiian
aloha
 
 
Hebrew
shalom
 
"hello", "goodbye" and "peace"
 
hi
 
informal
 
ma kore?
 
very informal: "whats happening,""whats up"
Hindi
namaste
na-mus-thei
 
 
kaise hain
 
a little formal
 
kaise ho
 
more informal, familiar
Hindustani
namaste
 
 
Hungarian, Magyar
jo napot
yoh naput
daytime; formal
 
szervusz
sairvoose
informal
Icelandic
góðan dag
gothan dagg
formal
 
 
informal
Igbo
nde-ewo
enday aywo
 
 
nna-ewo
enna wo
 
Indonesian
selamat pagi
 
morning
 
selamat siang
 
afternoon
 
selamat malam
 
 
Italian
ciào
 
informal: also means "goodbye"
 
salve
 
 
 
buon giorno
 
morning: formal
 
buon pomeriggio
 
afternoon: formal
 
buona sera
 
evening; formal
Japanese
ohayou gozaimasu
o-ha-yo go-zai-mass
 
 
konnichi wa
ko-nee-chee-wa
daytime or afternoon
 
konban wa
gong-ban-wa
evening
 
moshi moshi
moh-shee moh-shee
when answering the phone
 
doumo
doh-moh
informal way of greeting, but means countless other things as well
Kanien'kéha (Mohawk)
kwe kwe
gway gway
 
Kannada
namaskara
 
 
Klingon
nuqneH?
nook-neck
literally: "what do you want?"
Korean
ahn nyeong ha se yo
ahn-yan-ha-say-yo
formal
Kurdish
choni
 
 
 
roj bahsh
rohzj bahsh
day

Languages: L-T

Language
Greeting
How to Pronounce
Notes
Lao
sabaidee
sa-bai-dee
 
Latin (Classical)
salve
sal-way
when talking to one person
 
salvete
sal-way-tay
when talking to more than one person
Latvian
labdien
 
 
 
sveiki
 
 
 
chau
chow
informal
Lingala
mbote
 
 
Lithuanian
laba diena
 
formal
 
labas
 
 
 
sveikas
 
informal; when speaking to a male
 
sveika
 
informal; when speaking to a female
Local Hawaiian Pidgin
sup braddah
 
 
Luxembourgish
moïen
MOY-en
 
Malayalam
namaskkaram
 
 
Maltese
merħba
 
"welcome"
 
bonġu
 
morning
 
bonswa
 
evening
 
il-lejl it-tajjeb
 
evening
Maori
kia ora
 
 
Marathi
namaskar
 
 
Mongolia
sain baina uu?
saa-yen baya-nu
formal
 
sain uu?
say-noo
informal
Nahuatl
niltze
 
 
 
hao
 
 
Navajo
ya'at'eeh
 
 
Nepali
namaskar
 
 
 
namaste
 
 
 
k cha
 
informal
 
kasto cha
 
 
Northern German
moin moin
 
 
Northern Shoto
dumelang
 
 
Norwegian
hei
 
hi
 
hallo
 
hello
 
heisann
 
hi there
 
halloisen
 
very informal
Oshikwanyama
wa uhala po, meme?
 
to a female; response is "ee"
 
wa uhala po, tate?
 
to a male; response is "ee"
 
nawa tuu?
 
formal; response is "ee"
Persian
salaam
 
As in other Islamic societies, an abbreviation for "as-salaam-o-aleykum." "Do-rood," also, means "hello."
Polish
dzień dobry
 
formal
 
witaj
 
hello
 
cześć
 
hi
Portuguese
oi
 
informal
 
boas
 
informal
 
olá
 
informal
 
alô
 
informal
 
bom dia
 
good morning
 
boa tarde
 
good afternoon
 
boa noite
 
good evening
Rajasthani (Marwari)
Ram Ram
 
 
Romanian
salut
 
 
 
buna dimineata
 
formal: morning
 
buna ziua
 
formal: daytime
 
buna seara
 
formal: evening
Russian
privet
pree-VYET
informal
 
zdravstvuyte
ZDRA-stvooy-tyeh
formal
Samoan
talofa
 
formal
 
malo
 
(informal)
Scanian
haja
 
universal
 
hallå
 
informal
 
go'da
 
formal
 
go'maren
 
morning
 
go'aften
 
evening
Senegal
salamaleikum
 
 
Serbian
zdravo
 
informal
 
dobro jutro
dobro yutro
morning
 
dobar dan
 
afternoon
Sinhala
a`yubowan
ar-yu-bo-wan
meaning "long live"
Slovak
dobrý deň
 
formal
 
ahoj
ahoy
 
 
čau
chow
 
 
dobrý
 
informal abbreviation
Slovenian
živjo
zhivyo
informal
 
dobro jutro
 
morning
 
dober dan
 
afternoon
 
dober večer
doh-bear vetch-air
evening
South African English
hoezit
howzit
informal
Spanish
hola
O-la
 
 
aló
a-LO
 
 
qué pasa
 
informal
Swahili
jambo
 
 
Swedish
hej
hey
informal
 
god dag
 
formal
Swiss German
grüzi
grew-tsi
 
Tagalog (Pilipino - Philippines)
kumusta ka
 
"how are you?"
Tahitian
ia orana
 
 
Tamil
vanakkam
 
 
Telugu
namaskaram
 
 
 
baagunnara
 
formal: "How are you?"
Tetum (Timor - Leste)
bondia
 
morning
 
botarde
 
afternoon
 
bonite
 
evening
Thai
sawa dee-ka
 
said by a female
 
sawa dee-krap
 
said by a male
Tongan
malo e leilei
 
 
Tsonga (South Africa)
minjhani
 
when greeting adults
 
kunjhani
 
when greeting peers or juniors
Turkish
merhaba
 
formal
 
naber?
 
Informal

Languages: U-Z

Language
Greeting
How to Pronounce
Notes
Ukranian
dobriy ranuke
 
formal: afternoon
 
dobriy deyn
 
formal: afternoon
 
dobriy vechir
 
formal: evening
 
pryvit
 
informal
Urdu
adaab
 
 
Vietnamese
Vietnamese
 
 
Welsh (North Wales)
shwmai
shoe-my
 
Yiddish
sholem aleikhem
 
"may peace be unto you"
Zulu
sawubona
 
 

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      Rudra 8 years ago

      Namaste to all

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      dutch84 8 years ago

      Ndewo! ;-)

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      i like to say sexy i 100 languages

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      yall hush

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      okay , in bengali we do not mother effing say namashkar , only the hindu's do. we say salamwalikum rahmuthullah nir barakathi.

    • cory the welsh guy 7 years ago

      hey shwmae is the welsh for hi, but it isn't just used in north wales, im from south wales and we use it

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    • Nandy 6 years ago

      Hi and Hola i love this web

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    • brittnie 6 years ago

      saying hello is stupid.

    • Madisen 6 years ago

      In Punjab the language is Punjabi and they say Sat Sri Akal (:

    • TIM  6 years ago

      H E L L O ,

    • shabalaba 6 years ago

      baitulfalah dhemkana

    • arab 6 years ago

      salam u alakum ya 7mara

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      Sup, in English

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      best website ever

    • omty 5 years ago

      alsalam ua laikum wa rahmatuh lahi u barakatuh

    • Caroline 5 years ago

      Bonjour!

    • Rinor 5 years ago

      albanian: qysh je (how are you), mirmengjesi (goodmorning)

    • Sloth 5 years ago

      thanks this helped a lot i draw a comic and on the cover of every issue there is a picture of the main character saying "Hello" and I never repeat a phrase. Check out my comic's site at http://bobtheguy.yolasite.com/

    • bignes_wio 5 years ago

      algerian arabic, "salam elykom" to all ppl

    • Niki 5 years ago

      Hello.. May Life Bless you All

    • MAJ 5 years ago

      Konichiwa everyone! I like this website...

      except...in some languages that i know...it is how are you instead of hello...anyone agree?

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      lol ya i do

    • hillary 5 years ago

      wats sup in english and hela in spanghlish

    • asalamulakum 5 years ago

      asalamulakum

    • alice 4 years ago

      great website

    • Dzmitry 4 years ago

      *Belarusian - pryvita?nie (hello), dzie? dobry (good afternoon), dobry viechar (good evening), dobraj ranitsy (good evening)

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      salut bout bouadimineata

    • mswahili 4 years ago

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    • owl 4 years ago

      zdravstvuyte! dobry' den! bonjour!

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      hello

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      Ayubowan. :)

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      Xin chào to the world!

    • Paige Diskin 3 years ago

      can't believe irish isn't here!!! dia duit (gee-a gwitch) is hello in irsh! :)

    • Jenny 3 years ago

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      um @paige diskin... irish is gaelic. there is no such thing as the irish language

    • Abcde 3 years ago

      Nice. It helps me with shool project.

    • Girly 2 years ago

      Ummmm... This was really useful, but it only had like 92 things... so i need to find 8 more languages for my 100 day of school thing. Just warning u guys... Only 92/100... Thx anyway!

    • Jemma 2 years ago

      hola thanks this helped a lot

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    • katy 2 years ago

      I love different languages

    • Nathanial Blake 2 years ago

      I love this website because it helps me

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      nabad soomaaha?

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    • CJR 2 years ago

      Best page for greetings:-)

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      Hõla mí llámo Sally

    • SCLADYBUG 24 months ago

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    • mary 22 months ago

      In thai for male it makes me say crap instead of what im supposed to say. Someone might think that instead of sa wad dee krap it is sa wad dee crap

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    • 'QWAIBAL 18 months ago

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    • ;QWAIBAL 18 months ago

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    • JOE 18 months ago

      I 'M AYASTARSA BROTHER I AGREE WITH HER ABOUT THE LANGUAGE IM ONLY 4 YEAR YOUNGER

    • Ayastarsa 18 months ago

      hello in creole hello is bo jou

    • Fun fact for ya 10 months ago

      Did you know that the average person walks the same distance as walking around the equator 5 times in their lifetime. Amazing right!? Yeah nobody cares :)

    • Swedish? 9 months ago

      Really? Just wow! Swedish. It's ricidoilus. It's pronounced Sweden! The people how made this were tired by the time they made it to that part.

    • -- 6 months ago

      Nice, but to pronounce in Zulu they should put "sow-bon-a" bcoz it's not pronounced how it's spelt ;)

    • People 3 months ago

      Fyuj

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      bonjour

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