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									How to say Hello:

Afar (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti)          Mahisse
Afrikaans (Southern Africa)                 Goeie dag
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) [answer]       U du tah ma de
Aklanon (Philippines)                       Kumasta
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)               Tungjatjeta
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)              Allo
Altai (Russia)                              Ezender
Amis (Taiwan)                               Nga'aiho
Anglo-Saxon (England)                        God dæg
Apache (Arizona USA)                         Yatasay
Arabic (North Africa, Middle East)          Assalaam -
                                            aleikom
Arabic (Egypt) [answer by male]             Ahlan bik
Arabic (Egypt) [answer by female]           Ahlan biki
Arabic (Morocco)                             Ssalamu 'lekum
Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East)     Voghdzuyin
Asante (Ghana)                              Maakyé
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by male]       Eshlama -
(Neo Syriac Aramaic)                        alukhoom
Assyrian (Middle East) [said by female]      Eshlama-
                                            alakhoom
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran)              Salaam aleihum
Balinese (Bali)                             Om swastyastu
Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines)     Horas
Batak Toba (Indonesia, Sumatra)              Horas
Bengali (Bangladesh, India)                 Nomoskaar
Biloxi (Mississippi Valley USA)             He' ha
Blackfoot (Alberta Canada, Montana USA)     Oki
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)            Zdravo
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya)                     Mlembe
Bulgarian (Bulgaria)                        Zdraveite
Burmese (Myanmar)                           Mingala ba
Buryat (Mongolia)                           Sain baina uu
Cajun (Louisiana United States)             Bon jour
Chinese (Cantonese)                          Laihow
Chinese (Mandarin)                          Néih hóu
Cherokee (Oklahoma and North Carolina USA)  O-si-yo
Cheyenne (Montana & Oklahoma USA)           Pave-ésheeva
Chichewa (Malawi)                           Moni
Chickasaw (Oklahoma USA)                     Halito
Chinook Jargon (British Colum. Canada, USA) Klahowya
Choctaw (Oklahoma USA)                      Halito
Comanche (Oklahoma USA)                     Maruawe
Cornish (Great Britain)                     Dydh da
Cree (Canada)                                Tánisi
Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia)               Zdravo
Czech (Czech Republic)                   Dobrý den
Dakota (USA, Canada) [by male]           Hau
Dakota (USA, Canada) [by female]         Han
Dani (Indonesia, New Guinea)              Halabok nak
Danish (Denmark, Greenland)              God dag
Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium)             Hallo
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)                 Iiti
Enga (Papua New Guinea)                  Kotáka
English (America, Australia, UK)          Hello
English [Strine dialect] (Australia)     Hay gaan
English [Texan dialect] (Texas USA)      Howdy
English [Middle English] (old England)   Gode dai
Faroese (Faroe Islands)                  Hallo
Fijian (Fiji)                             Bula
Finnish (Finland)                        Päivää
French (Europe, Africa, Canada)          Bonjour
Georgian (Georgia)                       Gamardjobat
German (Central Europe)                  Guten Tag
Greek (Greece, Cyprus)                    Geia sou
Gujarat (Mombay, India)                    Chem Chow
Hawaiian (Hawaii)                        Aloha
Hebrew (Israel) [formal]                 Shalom
Hebrew (Israel) [informal]               Ma nishma
Hindi (India, East Asia)                  Namasté
Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) [morning]   Dada namona
Hmong Daw (China, Laos, Thailand)        Nyob zoo
Hñähñu (Mexico)                          Haxajua
Hopi (Southwestern USA) [answer]         Owí, nu'
waynuma
Hungarian (Hungary)                      Jó napot
Icelandic (Iceland)                      Góðan daginn
Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam)          Selamat
Ingush (Russia)                          Salam
Iñupiaq (Alaska)                          Kiana
Iranian (Iran)                           Salaam/Dorood
Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain)          Dia dhuit
Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa)         Buon giorno
Japanese (Japan)                         Konnichi wa
Karala (Southern India)                  Namskara
Karen (Myanmar)                          Mu eri
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [formal]    Jambo sana
Korean (Korea)                           Annyoung
                                         hasimnikka
Kuna (Panama)                            Na
Kurdish (Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria)      Selam
Lao (Laos)                               Sabaai-dii
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) [most proper] Ave
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican)               Salve
Latvian (Latvia)                            Sveiki
Luxembourgish (Luxembourg, Germany, France) Moiën
Macedonian (Macedonia)                      Zdravo
Malagasy (Madagascar)                       Manao ahoana
Maltese (Malta)                             Bongu
Mandarin (China) [Guoyu, Putonghua]         Nî hâo
Mende (Sierra Leone)                         Ah wanna-e?
Miami (Indiana & Oklahoma USA)              Aya aya
Mohegan (Eastern USA)                       Aquai
Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA)           Estonko
Náhuatl (Veracruz Mexico) [to male]         Pial tate
Navajo (Southwestern United States)          Yá'át'ééh
Nepali (Nepal, India)                       Namaste
Norwegian [Nynorsk] (Norway)                Goddag
Persian (Iran, Afghanista, Tajikestn)       Salaam/Dorood
Polish (Poland)                             Dzien do bry
Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil)               Olá
Prussian (Prussia)                          Kâils
Rapanui (Easter Island)                     Aroha
Romani [Kalderash] (Central Europe)[to one] Dobroj tut
Romanian (Romania)                           Noroc
Russian (Russia)                            Zdravstvuite
Saisiat (Taiwan)                            Suukatahy
Samoan (Samoa) [haven't seen in a while]    Talofa
Sanskrit (India)                            Namo namah
Scots (Scotland) [morning]                   Guid mornin
Sepedi (South Africa)                       Thobela
Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia)                Zdravo
Shanghai (Shanghai China)                   Non ho
Shelta (Ireland, USA) [old; no longer used] Buri talosk
Sherpa [Helambu] (Nepal, Tibet)              Tashi delek
Sicilian (Sicily Italy)                     Sa'benerica
Slovak (Slovakia)                           Dobrý den
Swedish (Sweden, Finland)                   God dag
Tagalog (Philippines)                       Halo
Tahitian (Tahiti French Polynesia)          Ia ora na
Tajikestan                                  Selam
Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus)           Merhaba
Turkmenestan (Xingchiang)                   Selam
Ukrainian (Ukraine)                         Pryvit
Uzbek (Central Asia)                         Salaam
                                            aleikhem
Valencian (Spain)                           Hola
Vietnamese (Vietnam)                        Chào
Welsh (Wales)                               Dydd da
Yiddish (Russia, USA)                      Ah guten tog
Zoroastrian (Iran, India)           Vishna Sepas
Zulu (South Africa, Lesotho)               Sawubona
Zuñi (Southwestern United States)          Keshi

								
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