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how do you say 'hello' in your language?

in turkish we say merhaba ^^
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i knew merhaba!!!
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larouxbestfan said:
its VERY hard to pronounce so be careful!

hello
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BellaCullen96 said:
Numi Tiar.
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*votes best answer* WIN! XD
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Gallifreyan language FTW :)
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Indeed!
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jblovesme4ever said:
RAWR IMMMA DIONSOUR
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lawl
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AGAIN? XD BEST ANSWER!!
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taytrain97 said:
Fuck off.
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It's how I saw hello in my language :3
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CornChips said:
*Stares* ...
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hildur96 said:
In icelandic we say 'halló' or 'hæ' :)
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MaxSparrow said:
In romanian we say "Bună"
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123a said:
we say Merhaba too , but this is in arabic : مرحبا
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in persian we say: سلام
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ohh howcool
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me too=]
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Maddy64 said:
In America we say, Hello, Hi, Hows it going, Peace,.....And MUCh more! You might want to stick to Hello or Hi. Unless its your friend. Thyen you say Peace and stuff like that.

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spearmint234 said:
In America we say,Yo.wuz goin on,hi,hello,peace,there is a lot madami and i would be just going on and on what we say for Hello.
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Teamdamon33 said:
Olá. :)
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fulful said:
where i was born we say hæ, and where i live we say hey
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tatajackson said:
HALO from indonesia :)
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suana38 said:
CIAO (JK IM NOT ITALIAN)HI, HELLO,HEY i live in the usa
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scarlet009 said:
In hindi language that is in India....we commonly say "namaste"
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Yep we sure do :)
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x_lulu_x said:
:3 sai bi dee in laos x]
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drunksheep said:
"Oi" ou "Olá" :)
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HAPPY-LIFE said:
in russia привет or здравствуйте!
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how do you make the letters like that?
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i dont know my keybord can do that
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ariel306842 said:
yia sou (GREECE)

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Mallory101 said:
Hello.
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AlxanderRfan said:
In finland we say,
Moi ( Hi&hello)
Hei ( hey
terve ( Hi&hello
Moro (Hi&hello

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Ziggles999 said:
In Australia, we say 'Hello', 'Hi' and especially 'G'day mate!'!
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Tayloraddict-1 said:
Holá :]
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Thekirby801 said:
we usually just stare at each other *ackward* and then we get into a big conversation


:D
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MMsMusic98 said:
Its German : Hallo :D
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Shepard14 said:
Where I live, it's Hello, Hey, or Hi

However I speak Ancient Latin too, and that's
Salve ( pronounced Sal-Vey)( e is pronounced like a)
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samuraibond005 said:
in American you say hi, hello, wazup, yo, wazup dawg or you say it in some other languige

i know a little Japanese and depending on the time you say

おはよう ございます (ohayoo gozimasu, good morning)
こんにち わ (konnichi wa, good afternoon)
こんばん わ (konban wa, good evening)
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I_DONT-KNOW said:
be carefull who your saying hi to when your near my house(Glasgow)
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zanesaaomgfan said:
You see me! Hi Hater! Hi Hater! Hi Hater!
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tellymaster said:
We say,

Hello
Hi
Hey
Yo
Sup
tuktok of the morning
Good morning
Good afternoon
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StarWarsFan7 said:
In Spanish we say "Hola!! Como estas?" LOL! I sound like Dora the Explorer! :D
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Twilightluv3r said:
Well, I'm Native American so there are different ways to say it.
Choctaw - Halito.
Lakota - Hua Kola
Seminole - Istonko
Navajo - Yatahey
But i don't know how to say it from my tribe.
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verobety said:
hola in cuba
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missing_99 said:
Hello.
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kool123 said:
um...hello...!
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Evka26-vampire said:
In slovakian it's 'Ahoj', there are other ways of saying it also ^^ :)
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lil_freakygirl said:
in austria we say: Hallo and Hi
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JackSparrowfan5 said:
in Slovene we say živio
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Aglaia said:
In Bulgaria we say здрасти or здравей... it has the same meaning.. =]
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LunaShay said:
Afrikaans - haai (hello) pronounced Ha-i
Amharic "tena yistelegn" is very formal. You can also say " Selam"
Islamic Greeting - السّلام عليكم (peace be upon you) pronounced Assalamou Alykoum
Albanian - Tungjatjeta pronounced To-ngyat-yeta it means have a long life or c'kemi (hi)
A'Leamona - bees-e-lees-e (good day) pronounced tehl-neye-doe
Arabic - صباح الخير (good morning)pronounced sabahou el kheir , مساء الخير (good evening) pronounced masaou el kheir : note that Kh-خ is pronounced from the back of the throat. mArHAbAN-مرحبا (Hello) pronounced Mar-ha-ban
Armenian - barev or parev
Australian - G'day (mostly informal but including strangers pronounced gu-day)("G'day mate")
Austrian - Grüßgott (formal, pronounced gree'assgott)/ Servus (Informal, sinabi See-ahh-vass, not like the Latin word)
Azerbaijani - salam (hello) pronounced Sa-lam
Bahamas – hello (formal), hi or heyello (informal), what you sayin', Buyh? (very informal - slang)
Basque - kaixo (pronounced kai-show), egun on (morning; pronounced egg-un own), gau on (night; pronounced gow own)
Bhutan - [kuzu-zangpo]
Bavarian and Austrian German - grüß Gott (pronounced gruess gott), servus (informal; also means "goodbye"; pronounced zair-voos)
Bengali — namaskar (In West Bengal, India)
Bremnian - koali (pronounced kowalee)
Bulgarian - zdravei, zdraveite (to many), zdrasti (informal), Dobro utro (morning), Dobar yungib (day), Dobar vecher (evening)
Burmese - mingalarba
Cambodian (Khmer)- Sua s'dei (informal), Jum Reap maasim (formal), good morning, Arun Sua s'dei, good afternoon Tivea Sua s'dei, good evening Sayoan Sua s'dei, good night Reatrey Sua s'dei, good bye Lea Hoy (informal), Jum Reap Lea (formal)
Cape-Verdean Creole - oi, olá, Entao or Bon dia
Catalan - hola (pronounced o-la), bon dia (pronounced bon dee-ah)good morning, bona tarda (bona tahr-dah) good afternoon, bona nit (bona neet)good night. You can also say just "Bones (bo-nahs) to make it informal.
Chamorro - hafa adai (hello/what's up?), hafa? (informal), howzzit bro/bran/prim/che'lu? (informal), sup (informal)and all other English greetings
Chichewa - moni bambo! (to a male), moni mayi! (to a female). Muribwanji (moori-bwanji) is used often, as a generalized greeting to everyone.
Chinese - In both Cantonese and Mandarin, it is written as 你好. Cantonese is nei* ho or lei ho (pronounced ne ho or lay ho) and Mandarin is nǐ hǎo (pronounced, nee how) (remember the tones). In Mandarin, you can also say 早上好 (zǎo shàng hǎo) for "Good Morning." *as in eee not a
Congo - mambo
Cook Island - Kia orana (hello)
Cree - Tansi (pronounced Tawnsay)
Croatian - bok (informal), dobro jutro (morning), dobar dan (day), dobra večer (evening), laku noć (night)
Czech - dobré ráno (until about 8 or 9 a.m.), dobrý yungib (formal), dobrý večer (evening), ahoj (informal; pronounced ahoy)
Danish - hej (informal; pronounced hey)
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I know alot of them but i found some of these on a website....
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do you have samoan ?
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ginnyweasleyfan said:
It's VERY hard to pronounce. It's Chinese.


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 It's VERY hard to pronounce. It's Chinese.
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PhantomDarkZ said:
Where i Live :D


Hi
Hey
hello
good morning
^^^^
I dont say any of these words up there i just

HAI~~~ <----dur me is Random....
(USA)
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bakuargirl729 said:
hello baka
(jk)
just hi
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 hello baka (jk) just hi
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lol hello baka, i say that to my firends they dont know what it mean so i laugh until they get a language transtator and hit me
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LadyL68 said:
hello...because i speak english...
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 hello...because i speak english...
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spunkyonyx said:
HELLO....
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MJGangster said:
Bonjour!
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LinaHarrow said:
Shouldn't you of asked "How do you say 'merhaba' in your language?" then?
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samoangirl96 said:
i'm samoan so hello is "talofa"
in tongan it's "malo lele"
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Meghaan_x said:
its a very complicated language so be careful how you say it....hi.
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shiriny said:
in Persian or Farsi we say "salam" and it's written like this: سلام
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 in Persian or Farsi we say "salam" and it's written like this: سلام
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ne0n_m0nkey said:
In Bulgarian we say Zdravei
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Lawli-gagger said:
with my mouth
:)
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haha~!!!!!
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gaby124 said:
Hello(American)
Hola(Mexican)
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heheiamme said:
In Farsi we say "salam". In English I think it's "hello" but I'm not sure..:P
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LilysLittleTwin said:
Numi Tiar or Na'Qae. Ahh, the ancient language of the Time Lords...
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Hei’Mase Senda!
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Nanoi’Envae’Dosh!
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saso_dei_hi said:
Kon'nichiwa in Japanese and
Hallo in German un

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rabigfan96 said:
in arabic it syas ahllaan اهلا or alslam alikom السلام عليكم
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Itsmejordyn411 said:
Either Aloha Or Bonjour. (:
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iloveduncan6 said:
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Hello!
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cutiegirl01 said:
Okay this is a LONG word so look closely:



askaldkHIskdjlas


did u c it?
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Annacrombie said:
HMMMMMMM

Good morning what wonderful weather (its raining) for scones with whipped cream


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adamlambert_rox said:
well in english u say hello XD and in french im pretty sure its bonjour..im dumb okk
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biebersgirl1 said:
we say merhaba in arabic =]
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FearlessSinger said:
Hello...? or Hola cuz im Cuban
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GalacticGirl200 said:
Kon'nichiwa.
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peterslover said:
Hello, hi, howdy, hi ya'all, sup, hey, yo
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everybody_lies said:
Hola.
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sapherequeen said:
We pretty much say it this way.
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 We pretty much say it this way.
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iamagagamonster said:
hola
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mcrkilljoygirl said:
Hola :)
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niamhxxx said:
we mainly say hi or uy but sometimes we do use irish :P = Dia Duit
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TDIlover226 said:
"Oh Hai Thar" 8D
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anime7reality said:
Romanian- Buna
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RedPineapple said:
WAZZUP BROTHA! HOWZ ITSH GOIN? (jkin)

I say...........................................

Yo and....

Hey.


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ivoryphills said:
Yo. or, to get madami complicated: Whaddup.
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rayrayrox said:
Hello
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IHEARTHATTER122 said:
In irish its Dia duit :)
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poplove said:
bleepblopbloop
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mindlessjapguy said:
konnichi wa
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someone_save_me said:
Pika!


/shot
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Nightwolfxo said:
In Finnish we say a lot of things - terve, moi, and hei. There are madami but I'm too lazy to remember them. :P
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