How to say "dream" in different languages?

I want as many different languages as I can get. Thankyou.


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  • I'm Arabic, but I don't know why many people in this question translated it to "Hayal" in Arabic!

    I guess they used Google translator which gives another word with a close pronunciation, which is wrong.

    Dream = "Hulm" in Arabic if it's a noun, and "Halama" if it's a verb, and the "H" here isn't pronounced like the "H" in English, but this is the closest pronunciation. Hope this helped you. I don't advise to depend on Google translator entirely.

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    • thank you for correcting, I weren't sure I got it right :3

    • You're welcome.Yes I knew you weren't sure. This is just for your information, sis. ;)

    • "Hayal" is close to another Arabic word "Khayal" means imagination / illusion.

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What Guys Said 8

  • Halima (Arabic)

    Yeraz (Armenian)

    Arzu (Azeri)

    Amets (Basque)

    Mechta (Bulgarian)

    Somni (Catalan)

    Mengxiang (Chinese)

    San (Croatian)

    Sen (Czech)

    Droem (Danish)

    Droom (Dutch)

    Unistus (Estonian)

    Unelma (Finnish)

    Reverie (French)

    Sono (Galician)

    Ots'neba (Georgian)

    Traum (German)

    Oneiro (Greek)

    Sapana (Hindi)

    Alom (Hungarian)

    Draumur (Icelandic)

    Aisling (Irish)

    Sogno (Italian)

    Yume (Japanese)

    Somnium (Latin)

    Sapnis (Latvian)

    Svajone (Lithuanian)

    Son (Macedonian)

    Impian (Malay)

    Holma (Maltese)

    Droem (Norwegian)

    Khwab (Persian)

    Sen (Polish)

    Sonho (Portuguese)

    Visare (Romanian)

    Mechta (Russian)

    San (Serbian)

    Sen (Slovak)

    Sanje (Slovenian)

    Sueno (Spanish)

    Droem (Swedish)

    Fan (Thai)

    Ruya (Turkish)

    Mriya (Ukrainian)

    Freuddwyd (Welsh)

    All credits to Google Translate

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    • Aisling is more like a vision rather than a dream. Briongl?id is the Irish translation

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    • Khab in persian means sleep.

    • For Lithuanian it should be Sapnas :)

  • German: Traum

    Hebrew: khalom ????

    Russian has 2 words for dream: Son ???

    and mechta ?????.

    Spanish: sueño

    Finnish: uni

    Hawaiian: moeuhane(literally soul sleep)

    Japanese: yume

    Armenian : yeraz

    Turkish : ruya

    Arabic : hayal (I think)

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  • persian: roya

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  • Sonho = Portuguese.

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  • turkish: rüya

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  • Suenho / sueño = Spanish

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  • Brionloid = Irish

    Traum = German

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What Girls Said 5

  • In other languages it may not work as just the word "dream" and needs to be used in a sentence to get the context.

    But if you still just want the word, try this:

    link

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  • www.howtosayin.com/

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  • As a verb or noun

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  • Mandarin Chinese: mèng

    French: rêve

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  • Japanese: Yume

    Danish: Drøm (or plural "Drømme")

    Arabic: Hayal (I think)

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