hi – Wiktionary

  • Afrikaans: hello
  • Aleut: aang
  • American Signal Language: [email protected] [email protected]
  • Amharic: ሰላም (sälam)
  • Arabic: مَرْحَبًا (ar) (marḥaban), سَلَام (ar) (salām), أَهْلًا (ar) (ʾahlan)
    Egyptian Arabic: أهلاً
    Moroccan Arabic: السلام(s-salām)
  • Armenian: բարև (barew)
  • Azerbaijani: salam (az)
  • Bashkir: сәләм (säläm)
  • Basque: kaixo (eu)
  • Belarusian: прыве́т (pryvjét), здаро́ў (zdaróŭ)
  • Bengali: সালাম (salam)
  • Bulgarian: здра́сти (bg) (zdrásti), здраве́й (bg) (zdravéj)
  • Burmese: မင်္ဂလာပါ (my) (mangga.lapa)
  • Catalan: hola (ca)
  • Chinese language:
    Cantonese: 你好 (nei5 hou2)
    Hakka: 你好 (ngì-hó)
    Mandarin: 你好 (zh) (nǐ hǎo) (the most typical),  (zh) (hāi) 哈囉 (zh), 哈啰 (zh) (hāluō) (slang)
    Min Dong: please add this translation in the event you can
    Min Nan: 你好 (lí hó)
    Wu: 儂好, 侬好 (non hau)
  • Czech: ahoj (cs), čau (cs), čus (cs), nazdar (cs), zdar (cs)
  • Danish: hallo (da), goddag (da), hej! (da), dav (da)
  • Dutch: hallo (nl), hoi (nl)
  • Esperanto: saluton (eo), sal (eo)
  • Estonian: hei, tere (et), tervist
  • Faroese: hey, halló
  • Finnish: hei (fi), moi (fi), terve (fi)
  • French: salut (fr)
  • Galician: ola (gl)
  • Georgian: გამარჯობა (ka) (gamarǯoba)
  • German: hallo (de), ‘n Tag
  • Greek: γεια (el) (geia)
  • Hebrew: שָׁלוֹם (he) (shalóm)
  • Hindi: नमस्ते (hello) (namastē), सलाम (hello) (salām) (utilized by Muslims), हाइ (hello) (hā’i)
  • Hungarian: szia (hu)
  • Icelandic: halló (is),  (is)
  • Inari Sami: tiervâ
  • Indonesian: hai (id), salam (id)
  • Interlingua: salute (ia), hallo
  • Italian: ciao (it)
  • Japanese: こんにちは (ja) (konnichi wa), やあ (), どうも (dōmo)
  • Kazakh: сәлем (kk) (sälem), салам (salam)
  • Khmer: សួស្តី (suəsdəy)
  • Korean: 안녕 (ko) (annyeong)
  • Krio: kusheh
  • Kyrgyz: салам (ky) (salam)
  • Lao: ສະບາຍດີ (sa bāi dī), ເຮີຍ (hœ̄i)
  • Latin: salve (la), ave (la)
  • Latvian: (gender relying on the listener(s)) sveiks m, sveika f, sveiki m pl, sveikas f pl
  • Lithuanian: labas (lt), sveikas (lt)
  • Macedonian: здра́во (zdrávo)
  • Malay: hai, salam
  • Maltese: ejj
  • Mongolian: (please confirm)сайн уу? (mn) (sajn uu?) (casual) , сайн байна уу? (mn) (sajn bajna uu?)
  • Nepali: हाइ (ne) (hāi) नमस्कार (ne) (namaskār), नमस्ते (ne) (namaste)
  • Northern Sami: dearvva, bures
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: hei (no), heisan
  • Occitan: adieu (oc)
  • Ojibwe: boozhoo
  • Ossetian: салам (salam), арфӕ (arfæ)
  • Persian: سلام (fa) (salâm), درود (fa) (dorud)
  • Polish: cześć (pl), hej (pl)
  • Portuguese: olá (pt), oi (pt), alô (pt), e ai? (pt)
  • Punjabi: (sat sri akal, formal), (kiddhan, casual)
  • Romanian: bună (ro), salut (ro)
  • Russian: приве́т (ru) (privét), здоро́во (ru) (zdoróvo), здра́сте (ru) (zdráste)
  • Scottish Gaelic: hòigh
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: ћао, здраво, мерхаба, хало, бок
    Roman: ćao (sh), zdravo (sh), merhaba, halo (sh), bok (sh)
  • Sicilian: sabbinirìca
  • Skolt Sami: tiõrv
  • Slovak: ahoj (sk), čau, nazdar
  • Slovene: žívjo, zdrávo
  • Southern Altai: эзен (ezen)
  • Spanish: hola (es)
  • Swahili: jambo (sw), salaam
  • Swedish: hallå (sv), hej! (sv), hejsan (sv), tja (sv), tjena (sv)
  • Tagalog: helo, hoy (tl)
  • Tajik: салом (salom)
  • Tamil: வணக்கம் (ta) (vaṇakkam)
  • Tatar: сәлам (tt) (sälam)
  • Thai: หวัดดี (wàt-dii), สวัสดี (th) (sà-wàt-dii)
  • Tigrinya: ሰላም (sälam)
  • Tok Pisin: gude
  • Turkish: merhaba (tr), selam (tr)
  • Turkmen: salam
  • Tz’utujil: coli
  • Ukrainian: приві́т (uk) (pryvít)
  • Urdu: سلام(salām), نمستے(namastē)
  • Uzbek: salom (uz)
  • Vietnamese: chào (vi) (relying on the connection between speaker and individual addressed, one of many following phrases could also be appended: ông (vi),  (vi),  (vi), anh (vi), chị (vi), em (vi), quí vị)
  • Volapük: (please confirm)glidis!
  • Walloon: a (wa), bondjoû (wa)
  • Welsh: siwmae
  • Zhuang: please add this translation in the event you can

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