I love learning foreign languages, and I believe learning how to say something in your language would be a fun way for me to connect with you all.
Mine is Ciao 🇮🇹
I hope my comment section won't be filled with native English speakers... lolzz
I'm on the computer so I can't do a flag emoji and I'm too lazy to type the comment out on the phone, but Sweden anyways, a yellow cross on a blue field.
"Tja, tjenare, tjenixen"=variants of sort of going "yo", that's closest anyway.
"Läget, hur är läget"=Wazzup
Hejsan, hur mår du? 😸
Jag mår bara bra, tackar som frågar min vackra dam. :)
வணக்கம்(Vanakkam) in Tamil
Namaste in Hindi (I don't know Hindi tho)
I’m from India 🇮🇳 by the way
Ours 🇺🇸 would be "Hi!" More formally " Hello."
We also say "Hey!" "Whazzup!" & many other things.
When greeting someone you can say:
Hallo, hoe gaat het?
Thats not german. Sounds dutch to me.
But i am fine.
Sorry, it should've been "Wie geht es dir" 😊🙈
• Most common: "Kumusta‽" 🇵🇭 ("kah-moos-TAH"; from Spanish "Como esta‽" 🇪🇸)
• Traditional, but not common at all, even among traditonalists: "ᜋᜊᜓᜑᜌ᜔!" ("Mabuhay!"; "mah-BOO-hay" with the last syllable identical to English "Hi!"; literally the verb「Live!」, but essentially「Long live!/May you live long!」)
Szervusz🇭🇺 it's from Latin and means for your service or what can I do for you originally, but nowadays it's just "hi" and also
你好 but noone in 🇨🇳 actually says ni hao it's more like hai-hai, eih or haloow
There are a few variations.
Wye aye hinny
What flag is this? Pls
Wow, nice flag
In predominantly used informal Arabic
مرحبا كيف حالك
I did some research 🤫
أدعو الله أن تشعر بتحسن قريبًا
Or, (nods head)
In Korean (which I can't really speak, by the way), it's Annyeoung ("hi"), or Annyeong-haseyo ("hello to you"/"good afternoon").
But since I'm an English speaker, I'll throw some Latin in there. "Ave" and "Salve".
"Salutations" to be a bit fancy
"Eh connard!" if you don't like the person
Salut, comment ça va?
comme çi comme ça, haha
There is no informal greeting in Thai.
''Hi'' and ''Hello'', borrowed from English, is used in such cases.
The ''official'' greeting is:
Sawadee kap (when you're a man)
Sawadee kah (when you're a woman or a faggot)
Marhaba! (LOL at the video below)
(Bonus: Kia ora 🇳🇿)
"qué onda wey!!"
Mexican, very informal of course
"KAMUSTA" = 🇵🇭 😉😏
It mostly used as how are you we don't have anything for *hello*
Sometimes it's with out a word sometime it's just a look I to someone's eyes🇺🇸
🏴/ 🇬🇧 Hello
🇫🇷 Salut/ bonjour
"Hi". But a part of me wishes it was "salut." I love the French language.
"Hi" in my native language. But I'm in Canada and also fluent in French, so "bonjour" and "salut".
Shwmae (shoe-my) often shortened to S'mae. 🏴
Sorry it didn't transfer properly. It's supposed to be welsh
I think I'll let the Animaniacs take this one: https://genius.com/Animaniacs-the-hello-song-lyrics
But of those I know that aren't on that list:
In Irish, it's "Dia duit"
In Klingon, it's "NuqneH"
And in D'ni (which doesn't have a flag that I'm aware of), it's "shorah".
Dia duit 🙏🏾❤