How to Say Mom in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here in the States we say ma, mom or mommy, but what about other places? Here’s how to say mom in different languages. But if you want to be formal about it, see how to say mother in different languages.

Chinese – māmā
Danish – mor
Dutch – mama
Finnish – äiti
French – maman
German – mama
Greek – mamá (μαμά)
Icelandic – mamma
Irish – mam
Italian – mamma
Japanese – mama (ママ)
Norwegian – mamma
Portuguese – mãe
Russian – mama (мама)
Spanish – mamá
Swedish – mamma
Vietnamese – mẹ
Welsh – mom

How to Say Blue in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here is how to say blue in different languages:

Chinese – lán sè (蓝色)

Danish – blå

Dutch – blauwe

Finnish – sininen

French – bleu

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German – blau

Greek – bleh (μπλε)

Haitian Creole – ble

Icelandic – blár

Irish – gorm

Italian – azzurro

Japanese – ao

Norwegian – blå

Portuguese – azul

Russian – siniĭ (синий)

Spanish – azul

Swedish – blå

Vietnamese – màu xanh

Welsh – glas

 

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How to Say White in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here’s how to say white in different languages:

Chinese –  bái (白)

Danish – hvid

Dutch – wit

Finnish – valkoinen

French – blanc

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German – weiß (pronounced similar to the English word “vice”)

Greek – aspro (άσπρο)

Haitian Creole – blan

Icelandic – hvítt

Irish – bán

Italian – bianco

Japanese – shiro (白)

Norwegian – hvit

Portuguese – branco

Russian – belyĭ (белый)

Spanish – blanco

Swedish – vit

Vietnamese – trắng

Welsh – gwyn

How To Say I Love You in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

WHO doesn’t love to hear those three little words, I love you? So few words can express so much. As much as they can make your heart flutter, it can be even more magical – or just plain fun – to share your feelings by saying I love you in a foreign tongue. To that end, here is a list of ways how to say I love you in different languages.


I love you in Afrikaans – ek is lief vir jou

I love you in Arabic – ana behibak (to a man); ana behibek (to a woman)

I love you in Catalan – t’estimo

I love you in Chinese (Mandarin) – Wo ai ni

I love you in Croatian – volim te

I love you in Czech – miluji tě

I love you in Danish – jeg elsker dig

I love you in Dutch – ik hou van jou

I love you in Filipino – mahal kita

I love you in Finnish – Minä rakastan sinua

I love you in Frenchje t’aime
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I love you in Germanich liebe dich

I love you in GreekS’agapo

I love you in Hebrew – Ohevet ot’cha (to a man); ani oheve otach (to a woman)

I love you in Irish – tá grá agam duit

I love you in Italianti amo

I love you in Japaneseaishiteru

I love you in Norwegian – jeg elsker deg

I love you in Polish – kocham cię

I love you in Portuguese – eu te amo

I love you in Russian – ya tebya lyublyu

I love you in Spanishte amo

I love you in Swahili – ninakupenda

I love you in Swedishjag älskar dig

I love you in Turkish – seni seviyorum

I love you in Vietnamese – Tôi yêu bạn

I love you in Welsh – Rwy’n dy garu di

 

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