Information about saying hello in different languages becomes essential if you indulge in international traveling a lot. Through this article, know how to say hello in different languages.

Hello In Different Languages

Whenever we meet someone for the first time, in our life or in the day, the first word that comes to our lips is 'hello'. Though we might say it in different ways and different language, the essence of the 'greeting' remains the same. Though we are aware of the terms used to greet or say hello to a person in our language, it might not be possible to use it always. This holds especially true in case of people who indulge in international traveling and visit new places every now and then. In such a situation, it would be helpful if you at least learn the terms used for saying 'hello' in the native language. In case you need any help regarding the same, just go through the information provided in the lines below.
 
How to Say Hello Hello in Different Languages
 
Afrikaans - Haai
Albanian - Tungjatjeta
Arabic - Subbal-el-kheir (good morning), Masaa-el-khair (good evening), Marhaban (Hello)
Armenian - Barev, Parev
Bahamas - Hello (formal), Hi or Heyello (informal),
Basque - Kaixo, Egun on (morning), Gau on (night)
Bavarian and Austrian German - grüß Gott, Servus (informal)
Bengali - Aas salamu alaay kum (Bangladesh) Namaskar (West Bengal, India)
Bremnian - Koali 
Bulgarian - Zdraveite, Zdrasti (informal)
Burmese - Mingalarbar
Chinese - Cantonese nei ho or lei ho, Mandarin (good morning)
Congo - Mambo
Croatian - Bok (informal), Dobro jutro (morning), Dobar dan (day), Dobra večer (evening), Laku noć (night)
Czech - Dobré ráno (morning), Dobrý večer (evening), Dobrý den (formal), Ahoj (informal)
Danish - Hej (informal; pronounced hey), God dag (formal), God aften (evening; formal), Hejsa (very informal).
Dutch - Hoi (very informal), Hallo (informal), Goedendag (formal)
English - Hello (formal), Hi (informal), Hey (informal)
Estonian - Tere'
Fijian - Bula uro
Finnish - Hyvää päivää (formal), Moi or hei (informal)
French - Salut (informal), Bonjour (formal), Bonsoir (good evening), Bonne nuit (good night)
Gaelic - Dia duit  
Georgian - Gamardjoba
German - Hallo (informal), Guten Tag (formal), Tag (very informal)
Gujarathi - Kem che
Greek - Yia sou (informal), Yia sas (formal)
Hawaiian - Aloha
Hebrew - Shalom, Hi (informal), Ma kore (very informal)
Hindi - Namaste, Namaskar
Hungarian, Magyar - Jo napot (formal), Szervusz (informal), Szia (informal)
Icelandic - Góðan dag (formal), Hæ (informal)
Indonesian - Selamat pagi (morning), Selamat siang (afternoon), Selamat malam (evening)
Italian - Ciào (informal), Buon giorno (morning), Buon pomeriggio (bwohn good afternoon), Buona sera (evening)
Japanese - Ohayou gozaimasu (morning), Konnichi wa (afternoon), Konbawa (evening), Doumo (informal)
Kannada - Namaskara
Kazakh - Salem  
Korean - Ahn nyeong ha se yo (formal), Ahn nyeong (informal)
Kurdish - Choni, roj bahsh
Latin (Classical) - Salve, Ave (formal)
Latvian - Labdien, Sveiki, Chau (informal)
Malayalam - Namaskkaram
Maltese - Merħba, Bonġu (morning), Bonswa or il-lejl it-tajjeb (evening)
Maori - Kia ora, Tena koe, Ata marie, Morena (good morning)
Marathi - Namaskar
Mongolian - Sain baina uu (formal), Sain uu (informal), Ugluunii mend (morning), Udriin mend (afternoon), Oroin mend (evening)
Nepali - Namaskar, Namaste, k cha (informal), Kasto cha
Norwegian - Hei (hi), Hallo (hello), Heisann (hi there), Halloisen (very informal)
Persian - Salaam-o-aleykum or do-rood
Pig Latin - Eyhay (informal), Ellohay (formal)
Polish - Dzień dobry (formal), Witaj (hello) Cześć (hi)
Portuguese - Oi, boas, olá or alô (informal), Bom dia or bons dias (morning), boa tarde or boas tardes (afternoon), Boa noite or boas noites (evening and night)
Punjabi - Sat sri akal
Rajasthani (Marwari) - Ram Ram
Romanian - Salut, Buna dimineata (morning) Buna ziua (daytime) Buna seara (evening)
Russian - Pree-vyet (informal), Zdravstvuyte (formal)
Sinhala - A`yubowan
Slovak - Dobrý deň (formal), Ahoj, Čau, Dobrý (informal)
Slovenian - Ċ½ivjo (informal), Dobro jutro (morning), Dober dan (afternoon), Dober večer (evening
South African English - Hoezit (informal)
Spanish - Hola, Alo, Qué onda (very informal), Qué hay, (very informal), Qué pasa (Spain, informal), Qué Transa (Mexico, very informal), Qué tál (informal)
Swedish - Tja (very informal), Hej (informal), God dag (formal)
Swiss German - Grüzi
Tahitian - Ia orana
Tamil - Vanakkam
Telugu- Namaskaram
Telugu - Baagunnara
Thai - Sawa dee-ka (said by a female), Sawa dee-krap (said by a male)
Turkish - Merhaba (formal), Naber? (Informal)
Ukranian - Dobriy ranok (morning), Dobriy den (afternoon), Dobriy vechir (evening), Pryvit (informal)
Ung Tongue - Hello (pronounced Hung-ee-lung-lung-oh)
Urdu - Adaab ir salam (waley-kum)
Vietnamese - Xin chào
Welsh - Shwmae, Helo
Yiddish - Sholem aleikhem, Borokhim aboyem or Gut morgn (morning), Gutn ovnt (evening), Gutn tog (day)
Zulu - Sawubona

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